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There are two Schools of Hindu Laws Mitakshara and Dayabhaga according to the former, co-parcenary property is synonymous with ... this argument because the incidents of the Dayabhaga and Mitakshara Schools of Hindu Law are not to be imported while
Punjab-Haryana High Court
- Cites 17 - Cited by 0 -
AIR 1965 P H 238
- P Pandit - Full Document
coparcenary property is common to both the Mitakshara and Dayabhaga Schools of Law. There are, however, certain distinguishing features ... relation to the Hindus governed by Mitakshara School and the Dayabhaga School has been explained by the Supreme Court
Calcutta High Court
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(1992) 2 CALLT 434 HC
- A K Bhattacharji - Full Document
whether the parties are governed by the Dayabhaga or the Mitakshara law. The plaintiff has admitted in his deposition that ... Hindu family, migrating from a Mitakshara territory to Dayabhaga Bengal or, to be more accurate, for raising the presumption
Calcutta High Court
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AIR 1956 Cal 577
- P Mookerjee - Full Document
both when deceased. 24. The vital distinction between Dayabhaga and Mitakshara schools of Hindu law, in the rights possessed ... incidents attached to joint Hindu family under the Mitakshara and Dayabhaga schools, it is evident that a father
Andhra High Court
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1972 86 ITR 332 AP
- Sriramulu - Full Document
separate house. If this be true, whether the Mitakshara or the Dayabhaga applies, Madan as a cousin was not entitled ... right of inheritence, according to the Mitakshara or the Dayabhaga. 10. Another instance adduced is that of Umakanta, whose property
Calcutta High Court
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55 Ind Cas 5
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Punjab-Haryana High Court Pritam Singh vs Assistant Controller Of Estate ... on 1 December, 1975
Punjab-Haryana High Court
- Cites 70 - Cited by 1 -
1976 103 ITR 661 P H
- P S Pattar - Full Document
customs which developed locally and ultimately constituted the Mitakshara, Dayabhaga and other Schools of Law. The Rules of personal ... Hindus governed by various Schools such as Mitakshara and Dayabhaga were codified. The position would not change merely because
Gujarat High Court
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(1992) 2 GLR 1317
- R Abichandani - Full Document
Even among Hindus's Mitakshara joint family differs in some respects from Dayabhaga joint family. In the former the principle ... Hindu family governed by the Mitakshara, or by the Dayabhaga? For a joint Hindu family governed by the Mitakshara presents
Bombay High Court
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(1917) ILR 41 Bom 588
- Batchelor - Full Document
joint family governed by Mitakshara law and not to families governed by the Dayabhaga law. The court construed Section ... liability between a member of the Mitakshara family and a member of the Dayabhaga family or an individual was very
Madras High Court
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1973 91 ITR 24 Mad
- Ramanujam - Full Document
Karnataka High Court Sirigeri Thippamma vs Appellate Controller Of Estate ... on 22 November, 1984 Equivalent
Karnataka High Court
- Cites 35 - Cited by 0 -
ILR 1985 KAR 786
- K Puttaswamy - Full Document
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