[7/24, 06:56] N. Girirajan Mhc Advt: IMPARTIBLE ESTATE.
THE RIGHT FOR PARTITION IN ZAMINDARI BY A BROTHER IN ANCESTRAL PROPERTY WAS SETTLED EVEN BEFORE THE IMPARTIBILITY ACT OF 1904 WAS ENACTED IN THAT 1893 JUDGEMENT BY FIRST INDIAN JUSTICE OF MADRAS HIGH COURT, MUTHUSWAMY IYER, BETWEEN DINAKARA SETHUPATHY VS BHASKARA SETHUPATHY WHEREIN IT WAS HELD THAT PUDUKOTTAI AND SIVAGANGA WERE OFF SHOOTS OF RAMNAD ESTATE AS A GIFT AND STRIDHANA AND NOT BY WAY OF PARTITION IN ITS HISTORY.
CONTRIBUTION FOR THE WHITE MARBLE STATUE OF JUSTICE MUTHUSWAMY IYER IN MADRAS H. C WAS MADE BY BHASKARA SETHUPATHY
[7/24, 07:05] N. Girirajan Mhc Advt: Despite winning the case, Bhaskara Sethupathy gifted 150 acres of land along with the first British Colonial Building built for Court purpose in Madras Presidency at that time called as Court Bungalow. And also made a provision for him a Princely allowance of Rs 2000/month for him in his 1896 Settlement.