• Partition Suit

  • Inheritance, succession and partition of the family property are vital issues in any household.  The issue therefore requires to be addressed strictly in accordance with the law of the land.  We have multiple legislations dealing with this subject. The Indian Succession Act, 1925 & Hindu Succession Act, 1956 have the provision for Inheritance, succession and partition of the family property.

    To know more, go on clicking on the following links 

    • Inheritance & Succession- Under Indian Succession Act, 1925 | Hindu Succession Act, 1956
    • Partition Suit- Under Indian Succession Act, 1925
    • Partition Suits- Under Hindu Succession Act, 1956
    • Related Legal Provisions.

    Judgments

    Partition Suit Between Father & Son/Daughter-In-Law.

    • Sachin Vs. Jhabbu Lal- DelHC- 25.11.2016- Son or daughter-in-law have no right to live property of their father/ father-in-law, if the latter has declined their request to live with him  [Full PDF Judgment]

    The captioned subject is complex by its very nature. We, therefore, always encourage our visitors & Clients to seek an independent legal advice by our empanelled lawyers. In such Cases, our lawyers devise most appropriate legal recourse for our Clients after examining the related provisions of law, i.e. The Indian Succession Act, 1925, The Hindu Succession Act, 1956, The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, The Limitation Act, 1963, The Evidence Act, 1872, Other  relevant Acts & Judgments and Citations of the Hon’ble Supreme Court Of India and the High CourtsEven otherwise, the question as to how to apply the laws, judgments and citations is rather more complex, as it involves a thorough examination of substantial laws, procedural laws and Court precedents in a given set of facts and circumstances.

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