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Distinction between S 14(1) and S 14(2) of Hindu succession Act relating to property rights of woman

Supreme Court of India PETITIONER:V. TULASAMMA & ORS. Vs. RESPONDENT:V. SESHA REDDI (DEAD) BY L. Rs. DATE OF JUDGMENT17/03/1977 BENCH:BHAGWATI, P.N.,GUPTA, A.C.,FAZALALI, SYED MURTAZA CITATION: 1977 AIR 1944 1977 SCR (3) 261 1977 SCC (3) 99 CITATOR INFO : R 1978 SC 361 (5) R…

Probate proceeding and forged Will

Supreme Court of India CASE NO.:Appeal (civil) 4890 of 2007 PETITIONER:Kanwarjit Singh Dhillon RESPONDENT:Hardyal Singh Dhillon and Ors. DATE OF JUDGMENT: 12/10/2007 BENCH:TARUN CHATTERJEE & DALVEER BHANDARI JUDGMENT:JUDGMENT ORDER 1. Delay condoned. 2. Leave granted. 3. This appeal is directed against the judgment and final…

Joint family property partial partition without impleadment is not maintainable

Supreme Court of India Kenchegowda (Since Deceased) By … vs Siddegowda Alias Motegowda on 11 May, 1994 Equivalent citations: JT 1994 (4) SC 125, (1994) 108 PLR 282, 1994 (2) SCALE 959, (1994) 4 SCC 294 Bench: M Venkatachaliah, S Mohan JUDGMENT 1. Both these…

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