lashminarayanan Advt Mhc: But under Shariat, one does not have a law relating to hereditary succession to office of a Mutawalli ? The SC has recently accepted this position in the Lakshadweep waqf case –

[1/20, 07:49] lashminarayanan Advt Mhc: But under Shariat, one does not have a law relating to hereditary succession to office of a Mutawalli ? The SC has recently accepted this position in the Lakshadweep waqf case –
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[1/20, 07:54] lashminarayanan Advt Mhc: “24. Thus, we may conclude that while no person can claim the office of mutawalli merely by virtue of being an heir of the waqif or the original mutawalli, if they can show through a long­ established usage or custom that the founder intended that the office should devolve through hereditary succession, such usage or custom should be followed. Additionally, the practice would have to comply with the requirements which are generally applicable while proving a custom, i.e. it must be specifically pleaded, and should be ancient, certain, invariable, not opposed to public policy, and must be proved through clear and unambiguous evidence.”

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