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A Wife cannot claim partition in the ancestral property of her husband. During the lifetime of a male Hindu, neither his wife nor children can claim partition in his self-acquired property

IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA DHARWAD BENCH S.B.SAMPAT KUMAR Vs.. S.B.PARASMAL S/O. LATE BHAKATAVARMAL CASE NO.RFA 100121/2014 For the Appellant: M.S. Satish, Advocate. For the Respondent: R1, Satish S Raichur, Advocate, R2 Served. JUDGES SREENIVAS HARISH KUMAR P.N.DESAI O.S. NO. 404/2007 ON THE FILE…

Whether Admission given in Legal notice can be relied on if Attention of Witness is not Drawn to that admission?

IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU Regular First Appeal Nos. 1056 and 1028 of 2012 Decided On: 08.02.2019 Venkatamma Vs. B.S. Suryaprakash Hon’ble Judges/Coram: Sreenivas Harish Kumar, J. Citation: AIR 2019 (NOC) 824 KAR 1. The judgment and decree dated 08.6.2012 in O.S….


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