March 2019

Hindu Succession Act, 1956, S.6–Inherited Property—Self Acquired property-­ Property inherited by Class-I heir from his father as per Section 8 of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956, would be his individual property and would not be ancestral property or joint Hindu family property.

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Hindu Undivided Family—Once the property has been divided and transferred in the individual names off the members, the co-parcenary cease to exists

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Female Hindu died Intestate–On the death of a female Hindu having inherited the property from her father or mother or husband or her father-in-law in absence of her children or grand children, property would revert back to the father in case Clause (a) is applicable, to husband in case Clause (b) is applicable and it is the heirs of father or husband which has to be seen at the time of death of female Hindu.

By | March 4th, 2019|Hindu Succession|

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