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A Short Treatise on Hindu Law as Administered in the Courts of British India
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according adoptive father amongst ancestral estate authority bandhus Benares Beng Bengal school birth Bomb brother Calcutta caste ceremonies Chap child cloth collateral consent coparcener coparcener's creditor Crown 8vo Dattaka Chandrika Dattaka Mimansa daughter Dayabhaga death deceased Demy 8vo descendants doctrine Dossee effect entitled excluded father's debts favour Fcap FRANK FINN funeral cake funeral oblations gift give gotra grandsons held High Court Hindu law homam husband husband's estate Illustrated India interest Jimutavahana joint estate joint family Koer Lall lineal Madras High Court maintenance male issue manager Maps marriage maternal Menu Mitakshara Mithila Moore mother oblations obsequies order of succession owner partition performed person pinda power of alienation principle Privy Council recognised regard religious rights of inheritance rites rule sapindas Second Edition self-acquired separate share shraddha Singh son's sons stridhana succeed Sudras undivided upanayana Urdu valid Vasishta verse vested widow widow's estate wife
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Page 153 - of a man is even as himself, and the daughter is equal to the "son, how then can any other inherit his property, but a daughter
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Page 151 - To the nearest sapinda, male or female, after ' him in the third degree, the inheritance next be' longs; then, on failure of sapindas and of their issue, ' the samdnddaca, or distant kinsman, shall be the ' heir; or the spiritual preceptor, or the pupil, or the * fellow -student, of the deceased: 188.
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Page 7 - ... ownership in certain defined shares, then the character of undivided property and joint enjoyment is taken away from the subject-matter so agreed to be dealt with; and in the estate each member has thenceforth a definite and certain share, which he may claim the right to receive and to enjoy in severalty, although the property itself has not been actually severed and divided.
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Page 106 - Their Lordships do not think there is any ground for saying that the consent of every kinsman, however remote, is essential. The assent of kinsmen seems to be required by reason of the presumed incapacity of women for independence rather than the necessity of procuring the consent of all those whose possible and reversionary interest in the estate would be defeated by the adoption. In such a case, therefore, their Lordships think that the consent of the father-in-law, to whom the law points as the...