A Treatise on the Hindoo Law of Inheritance: Comprising the Doctrines of the Various Schools, with the Decisions of the High Courts of the Several Presidencies of India, and the Judgments of the Privy Council on Appeal

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Wildy & Sons, 1868 - Hindu law - 493 pages
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Contents

Ou failure of daughters issue eetate reverU to fathers heirs
286
Castes following the Mooroomakatayam ride
287
Brothers sons or nephews
292
Sisters sons
299
Its gains recognised
305
Succession as Karnaven
310
Mode of providing for payment
315
Division of goods of any relative by any relative
316
Payment of debts previous to division
325
Debts contracted after division
326
From the man in anticipation of marriage
327
Where infant bound by acts of guardian
332
Womans fee or gratuity
336
Circumstances justifying partition without fathers consent
343
Bengal school
355
Brothers living in union are entitled to lands purchased by their
361
Lands purchased by means of marriage gift or yautaca
364
Other than eons take per stirpes
368
Among sons of different brothers is according to their fathers
378
As to the Right to Demand Partition among CoHeirs
384
Where there are several widows with sons
387
Upon what Property Partition attaches
393
A corrody
399
Where oue member has more jewels tliau another
401
Gifts of a friend
407
Managing coheir has power to bind coheirs for a debt contracted
413
Presumption in favour of association
415
Division of income does not constitute division of family
421
But it includes all those who make partition
426
Refers only to recovery of lost ancestral property 34ti
442
Gifts from her own family 336
457
Where one of several daughters who had as married woman suc
458
The brothers not reunited share with reunited uncles 430
475
Daughter shall receive a share from the maternal estate 215
485

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Page 35 - So much of any law or usage now in force within the territories subject to the government of the East India Company, as inflicts on any person forfeiture of rights or property, or may be held in any way to impair or affect any right of inheritance, by reason of his or her renouncing, or having been excluded from the communion of any religion, or being deprived of caste, shall cease to be enforced us law in the courts of the East India Company, and in the courts established by Royal Charter within...
Page 215 - The wealth of a deceased damsel, let the uterine brothers themselves take. On failure of them, it shall belong to the mother, or if she be dead, to the father.
Page xlv - Calcutta; provided that their inheritance and succession to lands, rents, and goods, and all matters of contract and dealing between party and party...
Page 2 - Hindu persuasions, the laws of those religions shall not be permitted to operate to deprive such party or parties of any property to which, but for the operation of such laws, they would have been entitled...
Page 80 - The actual pressure on the estate, the danger to be averted, or the benefit to be conferred upon it in the particular instance, is the thing to be regarded.
Page 107 - Land, it may be taken as established that an alienation by her, which would not otherwise be legitimate, may become so if made with the consent of her husband's kindred.
Page 153 - As if three joint-tenants be in fee simple, and the one hath issue and dieth, yet they which survive shall have the whole tenements, and the issue shall have nothing. And if the second jointtenant hath issue and die, yet the third which surviveth shall have the whole tenements to him and to his heirs for ever.
Page 263 - There is community of interest and unity of possession between all the members of the family, and upon the death of any one of them the others may well take by survivorship that in which they had, during the deceased's lifetime a common interest, and a common possession.
Page 266 - Statutes of 1904, in accordance with the interpretation of these provisions by the judgment of the Lords of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, on the appeal of The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company vs.
Page 326 - Uninitiated brothers should be initiated by those for whom the ceremonies have been already performed but sisters should be disposed of in marriage, giving them as an allotment a fourth part of a brother's own share.

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