Ashraful Idrisi 11 January 2022
Siddharth Srivastava (Advocate) 12 January 2022
Advocate Bhartesh goyal (advocate) 12 January 2022
Anaita Vas 12 January 2022
The Inheritance under Muslim law stipulates 12 shares in number and are as follows: (1) Husband, (2) Wife, (3) Daughter, (4) Daughter of a son (or son's son or son's son and so on), (5) Father, (6) Paternal Grandfather, (7) Mother, (8) Grandmother on the male line, (9) Full sister (10) Consanguine sister (11) Uterine sister and (12) Uterine brother.
The share taken by each sharer will vary in certain conditions. A sole daughter takes a half share. Where the deceased has left behind more than one daughter, all daughters jointly take two-thirds. If the deceased had left behind a son(s) and daughter(s), then, the daughters cease to be sharers and become residuary instead, with the residue being so distributed as to ensure that each son gets double of what each daughter gets. If there is no brother, she gets half a share. It is legally hers to manage, control, and to dispose of it as and when she wants.