Principles of Hindu law: with a general introduction to Hindu law and with commentaries on the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, the Hindu Succession Act, 1956, the Hindu Minority & Guardianship Act, 1956, the Hindu Adoptions & Maintenance Act, 1956
89 pages matching coparcenary property in this book
Results 1-3 of 89
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
OPERATION OFTHE HINDU LAW
49 other sections not shown
A.PC adoption adverse possession alienation Ammal ancestral property AP.C applied AS.C bandhus Benares Beng Bengal bequest binding Bombay Bombay High Court Brihaspati brother Chand Chandra Chunder consent coparcenary property coparcener daughter daughter's son's Dayabhaga Dayabhaga law death deceased decision decree Devi Dharmashastras Doorga entitled execution father female gift Gopal grandsons guardian heirs held High Court Hindu law Hindu Succession Act husband India joint family property Katyayana Kaur Krishna Kumar legal necessity liable Madras Madras High Court maintenance manager Manusmriti marriage maternal grandfather's Mayukha Memons minor Mitakshara law Mithila Mohan mortgage mother Narain Narayan Nath Orissa partition paternal person possession Prasad Privy Council Property Act property inherited purchaser Raja Ramchandra Reference reversioner rule separate property share Singh Smriti son's daughter's sons stridhana Sudra suit supra Supreme Court survivorship valid Venkata widow wife Yajnavalkya