Vishal Maske 06 September 2022
Dr J C Vashista (Advocate) 07 September 2022
Yes, the share of (someone) received in decree of partition is absolute property, which "someone" can dispose it of.
How is it concerned to enforcement / commencement / applicability of Hindu Succession Act, 1956
Vague and confusing facts if it is a real story.
P. Venu (Advocate) 07 September 2022
Why "if" - please post complete facts, if a real query.
Vishal Maske 11 October 2022
P. Venu (Advocate) 11 October 2022
It is the personal property of your father. But why suit against you as well. It appears you are playing hide and seek with the facts.
Vishal Maske 13 October 2022
Dr J C Vashista (Advocate) 15 October 2022
Please go through response of experts in original thread
Vishal Maske 14 January 2023
Dr J C Vashista (Advocate) 14 January 2023
Hindu Succession Amendment Act 2005 has retrospective.effect qua share of daughter(s) in ancestral property.
You have stated to have been contesting suit for partition filed by your step mother and siblings for the last 13 years through some able, competent and intelligent lawyer of your faith and choice, did you confirm the legal position qua effect of HSA 2005 from your counsel engaged and paid by your father/ you ?
Prima facie it is a time pass academic and repeated query.