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Hindu woman's right in ancestral property: An endless saga of twists and turns

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Chinky D Switst Gl Wrote on 17 February 2018

sir, pls suggest me the to right path. I have filled a divorce case against my husband.sir pls tell me whether the money of elemoney u/s 13 and 24 is adjustable in sec 12 of DV Act or under any other sections. if yes then there is any other way to stop this deduction.



New Consumer Protection Bill 2018 Will Entail More Punishment

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vswaminathan Wrote on 16 February 2018

OFFHAND This is a development which, at best, for all practical purposes, which might serve /prove as an added source/breeding ground for the dreaded war /battle of wits, in turn the inevitable woeful litigation. For a dilation, look up the Post on FB @https://www.facebook.com/swaminathanv3/posts/1582687691807511. Perhaps, the only beneficiary will be the ones in law practice; who, according to an eminent Expert/doyen of the Bar, are in no small measure contributors to the so-called 'stimulated litigation'. Cross refer Posts in social media, available for free, on a diligent Google Search.



Daughters right in ancestral property

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Rudrawar Narayanreddy Wrote on 15 February 2018

The law administered after Prakash Vs Phulavati was as you opined but the same is morally right but legally wrong and against the Ganduri Koteshwaramma case, the plain language of the act makes it clear that the application of the act is retroactive. So Danamma case delivered on 1/2/2018 by apex court restores the right of the daughters giving them coparcenary right relying on Ganduri case.



Burden of Providing Evidence: Part III of Indian Evidence Act

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O. Mahalakshmi Wrote on 15 February 2018

thank you sir good article



New Consumer Protection Bill 2018 Will Entail More Punishment

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O. Mahalakshmi Wrote on 15 February 2018

very nice article Sir



Hindu woman's right in ancestral property: An endless saga of twists and turns

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Rudrawar Narayanreddy Wrote on 15 February 2018

The interest of deceased Hindu in the coparcenary is not correctly understood. The explanation given in the end of 6(3) of Hindu Succession Act makes it clear that the interest of Hindu who died is what he gets in the partition effected between him and other coparceners i.e.sons and daughters (after 2005). This interest will devolve under section 8 upon the class I heirs equally. But section 6(3) wording is not correctly understood and leading to re-legislating the law by judges against the object of the act.



Whether a suit for cancellation of any registered instrument is barred by law of limitation?

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Chiranjiva Ranjan Wrote on 15 February 2018

A very good article.



Hindu woman's right in ancestral property: An endless saga of twists and turns

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Chiranjiva Ranjan Wrote on 15 February 2018

It's a good article which clarify the applicability of 2005 Act with. effect from its operation with a condition of living HUF consisting of Father as Karta and daughter as member.



Payment of gratuity under the provisions of the payment of gratuity act, 1972

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Jayaram Wrote on 15 February 2018

Hi I have completed 4 years and 9 months in my company as per previous messages it's been updated as 4 years and 240 days should I be having 240 worked days or is that I need to be in the company's payroll for that 240 days .please reply



Hindu woman's right in ancestral property: An endless saga of twists and turns

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madhu Wrote on 15 February 2018

if father dies before 1956 . on which hsa came into force , still daughter will get share along with son or not


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