Court : In The Hon'ble Supreme Court of India
Brief : In a suit for partition, the court has observed:
The fact that persons were residing together or processing some cultivating lands jointly, by itself would not give rise to a presumption that there existed a joint family fund having a joint nucleus. There being absence of any ‘joint family’ governed by the school of Hindu Law, there could not have existed any joint fund, which conceptualizes existence of a nucleus.
Citation : Thimmappa Rai v. Ramanna Rai & Ors. decided on May 9, 2007
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