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Blog by Advocate Usha Vassoudevayar Usha.V

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Respected Advocate Usha Vassoudevayar Usha.V on 2013-06-06 01:06:07
 
 

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Hindu Succession Act (1956), Section 14(1) (Explanation), Acquisition of property by a woman, nature of.
 
 

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Section clearly mandates that any property of a female Hindu is her absolute property and she, therefore, has full ownership-Explanation to Sub-section(1) further clarifies that a Hindu woman has full ownership over any property that she has acquired on her own or as stridhana-As a consequence, she may dispose of the same as per her wish,and that the same shall not be treated as a part of the Joint Hindu family property-Time and again it has been held that there is no presumption of joint family property unless there are some strong evidence in favour of the same.
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