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SC: To Claim Right U/S 14 Hindu Succession Act, Woman Must Have Possession of Property - (29 Aug 2023)

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Supreme Court has held that the essential ingredient of Section 14(1) of Hindu Succession Act, 1956 is possession over the property and therefore in order to claim right under the said section, Hindu female must not only be possessed of the property, but she must have acquired the property.

Tags : SUPREME COURT   HINDU SUCCESSION ACT   WOMAN   POSSESSION  

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