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Supreme Court’s big decision, in any case, daughter will get half right on Paternal Property

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new Delhi. The Supreme Court has today made it clear by giving a big verdict that under any circumstances, the daughter will have half of the family’s paternal property. The Supreme Court also had to pronounce this decision because it was confusing whether the daughter would be able to take possession even if the father’s death had happened before the Hindu Succession Act, 2005 (Hindu Succession Act, 2005). This Supreme Court has made it clear. Hindu women will get equal share of brother in their father’s property.

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There was confusion even after the law was made
In fact, in 2005 the Hindu Succession Act changed that the son and daughter would get an equal share of the father’s ancestral property in the country. At the same time, there was doubt about whether this rule will apply if the father dies before 2005. On this, the Bench of Justice Arun Mishra ruled that this law will apply in every situation. Even after the death of the father, this right will be given to the daughters equal to the sons.

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The law was made in 2005
The Hindu Succession Act was amended in 2005 after 50 years. Whose ancestral property is said to give an equal stake to the daughters. Under the law, the daughter is also a Class 1 legal heir like sons. He has nothing to do with the daughter’s marriage. Daughter can claim her share property.

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The verdict is all clear
Ancestral Property: – Ancestral property is what men have inherited from the last four generations. According to the new law, both daughter and son have equal rights at birth. According to the law, the father cannot give such property to anyone on his behalf. This means that he cannot name any one.

Father’s Own Property: The daughter is not entitled to the father’s own property. The house or land purchased by the father can be named by anyone at his will. In such a situation, the daughter cannot raise her voice.

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