Position of Daughter in her father’s co-parcenary

Introduction In Recent development, Supreme Court gave a landmark judgment Vineeta Sharma v Rakesh Sharma & ors. regarding the daughter’s rights in coparcenary of her father and whether she can claim rights in coparcenary of her father irrespective of the father living or dead at the time of Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005. A three-judge…

Rights of a Married Woman – 2

Property rights according to Muslim law Cultural laws are administered by close to personal laws on account of Muslims, and there are four sources of Islamic law overseeing the equivalent the Quran, the Sunna, the Ijma, and the Qiyas. Despite the fact that the two guys and females are qualified for an offer in the…

Rights of a married woman -1

Overview In India, marriage is considered as an unadulterated establishment that ties two people as well as two families. In spite of this, the quantity of crimes against married women otherwise known as daughter-in-law has been flooding continuously. Be it settlement passing or abusive behaviour at home, the numbers have been expanding at a disturbing…