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The Supreme Court has given a big verdict on the right of daughters to property.


The Supreme Court has given a big verdict on the right of daughters to property.

 The Supreme Court has delivered a major verdict in favor of women.  The court held that sons and daughters have equal rights in the father's paternal property.  Not even a little less.  He said that as soon as a daughter is born, she becomes equally entitled to the father's property.  A three-judge bench of the country's Supreme Court today clarified that Bhafle's father died before the Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005 came into force, but the daughter would still have rights over the parents' property.

 The apex court held that the daughter had no less right in the father's paternal property than her brother.  He said that even if the daughter died before September 9, 2005, she remains entitled to the father's paternal property.  This means that if the daughter's children want, they can claim a share in the property of their mother's father (younger).  He will get a share in Nana's paternal estate as his mother's officer.

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What was the first rule?

 The Hindu Sexuality Act, 1956 was amended in 2005 to give daughters the legal right to an equal share in patrimonial property.  Under this, the daughter can claim her share in her father's property while the father was living till September 9, 2005.  If the father dies before this date, the daughter will not have any right to the ancestral property.  When the Supreme Court changed it, it said it had nothing to do with the death of the father.  Even if the father did not live on September 9, 2005, the daughter will still have a right to her ancestral property.  This means that even if the father dies before 9 September 2005, the daughter will not be deprived of the right to inherit.

 The Supreme Court has clarified in its judgment that even if a father dies before September 9, 2005, the daughters will get the same share of the son in the property.  The Supreme Court's remark is important that daughters have been loving their parents all their lives.  A daughter is a beloved daughter to her parents from birth to death.  When after marriage there is a change in the destiny and behavior of the sons but not in the destiny of the daughters.  Even after marriage, daughters' love for their parents grows.

 The Supreme Court's decision in this case is that while girls all over the world are proving their equal share in the boy, this arbitrariness and injustice does not happen to him only in the matter of property.  A bench of Justice Arun Mishra, in passing the judgment, clarified that the daughters would get a share in the same property as the son.  The daughter will be a lifelong heir, whether the father is alive or not.  That means one more way to strengthen female power will be clear.

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