Thursday, 7 May 2020

Important Notes on Hindu Law

1) Notes on Hindu succession Act 1956 as amended in the year 2005

2) NOTES ON JOINT FAMILY PROPERTY UNDER HINDU LAW

3) NOTES ON HINDU MARRIAGE ACT

4) Notes on changes brought about by Hindu Succession( Amendment) Act,2005


5) Whether family of son will inherit property of father if son murders his father?


6) Partial partition of joint Hindu family property can be permitted in exceptional circumstances

 If suit for partition were allowed to be instituted in fragments, the jurisdiction of the trial Court and the forum of appeal might be altered; it might be of paramount importance to a party litigant whether he should have a first appeal or a second appeal to the High Court, and whether he should at all be permitted to seek the judgment of the judicial committee with regard to the matters in controversy. The rule further ensures a just partition; parties might otherwise be greatly prejudiced as regards equitable distribution, retention of possession, liability for improvements, and adjustment of accounts. It need not be disputed that there may be a very special cases where the application of the rule may be justly relaxed."
14. In Kenchegowda v. Siddegowda, , the Hon'ble
Supreme Court held that "when all the joint family properties are not made the subject-matter of the suit, nor the co-sharers have been impleaded, the suit for partial partition is not maintainable,"
Bombay High Court
Govindrao S/O Gangaramji Ajmire vs Dadarao @ Shrawan S/O Gangaramji ... on 6 April, 2004
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