Yes as per Ganduri koteshwaramma and Danamma cases daughter is entitled to a share if there is no partition before the act came to force. As prakash Vs Phulvati case daughter is not entitled to share if her father had died before the act came to force based on theory of once vested cannot be divested. but that theory is not applicable to coparcenary property. But law as of now is unsettled till an authoritative pronouncement by the larger bench is made. As per the constitution bench judgement once law declared by the supreme court by division bench cannot be overruled or reversed by the another division bench so Prakash Vs Phulvati is not binding precedent.
can a Hindu female married before 1989 can claim partition over the joint family property
Do married daughter have a right, whose father died before 2005.
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