Who heads the three-judge Bench of Supreme Court which passed Judgement that daughters have equal birthright to inherit property with retrospective effect?

Who heads the three-judge Bench of Supreme Court which passed Judgement that daughters have equal birthright to inherit property with retrospective effect?

Justice Arun Mishra
What is the ruling? A three-judge Bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra ruled that a Hindu woman’s right to be a joint heir to the ancestral property is by birth and does not depend on whether her father was alive or not when the law was enacted in 2005.

Which Judgement laid down that daughters will have Coparcenary rights on their father’s property even if the latter died before the Hindu Succession Amendment Act 2005 enforced?

NEW DELHI: Holding that daughters cannot be deprived of their right of equality, the Supreme Court Tuesday ruled that they will have equal coparcenary rights in joint Hindu family property even if the father died before the Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act 2005.

In which of the following Judgements did the Supreme Court hold that daughters will have equal Coparcenary rights in Hindu undivided family properties irrespective of whether the father was alive or not as on the date of amendment in 2005?

On 11 August 2020, a three-judge Bench of the Hon’ble Supreme Court delivered a landmark ruling in Vineeta Sharma v Rakesh Sharma and Ors, Civil Appeal No 32601 of 2018 (“Vineeta”), affirming the equal rights of daughters to coparcenary property.

Do I have rights on my grandfather property?

Grandchildren have no birthright in the self-acquired property of the grandfather. As per Hindu Succession Act, 1956, the self-acquired property of a Hindu male dying intestate devolves by succession, among the legal heirs as follows: Class I heirs. Class II heirs (if no one in class I)

Can married daughter claim share in mother’s property?

Married daughter has equal right in the property of her mother as the son, and in case the mother dies intestate, the married daughter inherits her share equally with the son as per the Act of 1956. Generally, relatives of mother inherit and have priority over her husband and husband’s relatives.

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