Legal Advice over section 6 of Hindu succession act 2005.


In 2018 jan supreme court said daughters born before 1956 are also eligible for a share in ancestral property as coparceners.But to become coparcener father must be alive in 2005 i.e on the date of commencement of act. Am I correct.

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yes but if you are from andhra pradesh and telengana there is no such rule as there is amendment to section 6 of HIndu succession act is applied in these states from 1987 so for that application the daughter must be married after 1987


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