Lita Srinivasan: Several changes have been sought to be made on the touchstone of equality, thus seeking to remove the perceived disability and prejudice to which a daughter was subjected. That the fundamental changes brought

P[5/28, 22:14] Lita Srinivasan: Several changes have been sought to be made on the touchstone of equality, thus seeking to remove the perceived disability and prejudice to which a daughter was subjected.
That the fundamental changes brought forward about in the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 by amending it in 2005, are perhaps a realization of the immortal words of Roscoe Poundthat “the law must be stable and yet it cannot stand still. Hence all thinking about law has struggled to reconcile the conflicting demands of the need of stability and the need of change.”
Reading the Supreme Court decision
V. Dandapani Chettiar vs Balasubramanian Chettiar (Dead) … rendered on 8 August, 2003
One is left with no doubt .
Being her fathers legal heirs they are entitled to her property . ..sending the link
[5/28, 22:15] Lita Srinivasan: https://indiankanoon.org/doc/507819/
[5/28, 22:21] Lita Srinivasan: The group of heirs of the female Hindu dying intestate is described in 5 categories as ‘a’ to ‘e’ of Section 15 (1)
[5/28, 22:27] Lita Srinivasan: 15(1)d fourthly, upon the heirs of the father;

If the mother and father are not alive, then the properties would devolve upon the heirs of her brother,
[5/28, 22:36] Sekarreporter 1: 🙏🏾

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