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Section 160 – The Indian Succession Act,1925

The Indian Succession Act,1925

Section 160. Non-ademption of specific bequest of goods described as connected with certain place, by reason of removal

A specific bequest of goods under a description connecting them with a certain place is not adeemed by reason that they have been removed from such place from any temporary cause, or by fraud, or without the knowledge or sanction of the testator.

Illustrations

(i) A bequeaths to B “all my household goods which shall be in or about my dwelling-house in Calcutta at the time of my death.” The goods are removed from the house to save them from fire. A dies before they are brought back.

(ii) A bequeaths to B “all my household goods which shall be in or about my dwelling-house in Calcutta at the time of my death”. During A’s absence upon a journey, the whole of the goods are removed from the house. A dies without having sanctioned their removal.

Neither of these legacies is adeemed.

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