Daughters right to inherit Ancestral Property

property

The Supreme Court said recently that a daughter cannot fight for her right to inherit ancestral property if the death of her father occurred before the amendment of Hindu law which came into force in 2005. In the year 2005, the Supreme Court passed an amendment of the Hindu succession Act of 1956. The amendment granted daughters the right to inherit More...

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