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Sep 16 2015 (HC)

Shakuntala Bansidhar Gadekar Vs. Union of India, Through Secretary, Mi ...

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... heirs. 9. while explaining the scope of section 14 of the hindu succession act, 1956, it is observed in the said judgment that, section 14 of the hindu succession act, 1956, inter alia stipulates that the property of a female hindu is to be her absolute property. section 14 reads thus: 14. property of a female hindu to be her absolute property. (1) any property possessed by a female hindu, whether acquired before or after the commencement of this act, shall be held by her as full owner thereof and not as ..... a limited owner. explanation. in this sub-section, property includes .....

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Nov 25 2005 (HC)

Tulsabai W/O Narayanrao Deshpande (Died) Through L.R. Madhavrao Naraya ...

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 2006(3)ALLMR144; 2006(2)MhLj219

..... to the respondents.15. now turning to the applicability of the provisions of section 14 of the hindu succession act, 1956, it is necessary to consider the provisions which read thus :section 14. property of a female hindu to be her absolute property --(1) any property possessed by a female hindu, whether acquired before or after the commencement of this act, shall be held by her as full owner thereof and not as a limited owner.explanation : in this ..... sub-section, 'property includes both movable and immovable property acquired by a female hindu by inheritance or devise, or ..... undoubtedly under a pre-existing right which existed under the hindu law long before the passing of the act of 1937 and, therefore, since haranabai was in possession of the suit properties under the pre-existing right, under section 14(1) of the hindu succession act, 1956, the suit properties so possessed by her would be held by her as an absolute owner thereof. at this juncture, it is necessary to refer to .....

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Feb 26 1970 (HC)

Kunji Thomman and ors. Vs. Meenakshi and ors.

Court : Kerala

Reported in : AIR1970Ker284

..... possessed by a female hindu, whether acquired before or after the commencement of this act, shall be held by her as full owner thereof and not as a limited owner.explanation. -- in this sub ..... section 14(1) of the hindu succession act need not be considered.12. assuming that there was a legal obligation on the part of senior gouri bai to maintain the second defendant out of the estate inherited by the former we do not think that the second defendant can take advantage of section 14(1) of the hindu succession act, 1956.the said provision reads:'property of a female hindu to he her absolute property. -- (1) any property ..... -section, 'property' includes both movable and immovable property acquired by a female hindu by inheritance or devise, or at a partition, at in .....

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Jan 24 2002 (HC)

Jamuna Bai Vs. Bholaram and anr.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : AIR2003MP40; 2002(5)MPHT499; 2002(2)MPLJ352

..... full ownership after coming into force of the hindu succession act'?. 6. obviously to decide the question, operation of section 14 of the hindu succession act, 1956, has to be decided in the present case, it reads as follows :-- 'property of a female hindu to be her absolute property.--(1) any properly possessed by a female hindu, whether acquired before or after the commencement of this act, shall be held by her as full owner thereof and not as ..... a limited owner. explanation :--in this sub-section 'property' includes both movable and immovable property acquired by a female hindu ..... operation sub-section (1) of section 14 of the hindu succession act, her limited estate enlarged into absolute right as she was in possession when the act into force. thereby, she becomes the absolute owner of the property..... the entries in therevenue record corroborate the same. thereby she became the absolute owner.' 12. objective of the provision is to remove disparity and injustice to which females were subjected under the hindu law. section 14(1) was .....

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Sep 07 1995 (SC)

Mangat Mal (Dead) and Another Vs. Smt. Punni Devi (Dead) and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1996SC172; 1995(3)ALT44(SC); I(1996)DMC1SC; JT1995(7)SC506; (1996)1MLJ82(SC); 1995(5)SCALE199; (1995)6SCC88; [1995]Supp3SCR369

..... act, shall be held by her as full owner thereof and not as a limited owner.explanation-in this sub-section, 'property' includes both movable and immovable property acquired by a female hindu by inheritance or devise, or at ..... - (1) any property possessed by a female hindu, whether acquired before or after the commencement of this ..... absolute right....7. in the end it is clearly stated that now i shall have no concern of any kind in the movable and immovable properties and the cash of askaran which might be existing in this state or in british india or at any other place....askaran died on 24th april, 1945. 4. section 14 of the hindu succession act, 1956, reads thus :property of a female hindu to be her absolute property .....

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Jul 06 1994 (HC)

Smt. Tarabai Dattatraya Gujrathi and ors. Vs. Rangnath Vishwanath Guja ...

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 1994(4)BomCR527

..... is a pre-existing right of a hindu female and whatever property is acquired by a hindu female in lieu of her maintenance; by virtue of the amended hindu succession act, 1956, under section 14(1), she becomes the absolute owner of the said property. section 14(1) of the act reads as under :-'any property possessed by a female hindu, whether acquired before or after the commencement of this act, shall be held by her as full owner thereof and not ..... of the act is as follows :-'in this sub-section, `property' includes ..... as a limited owner.'the explanation to this sub-clause (1) of section 14 .....

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Jul 02 1997 (HC)

Banarsi Dass (deceased by L.R.'s) and Anr. Vs. Madho Ram

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1998P& H98; (1998)118PLR293

..... of these facts on record, the provisions of hindu women's rights to property act, 1937 (act xviii of 1937) and of hindu succession act, 1956, are required to be considered. the property is situated in ambala. it was a part or erstwhile slate of punjab. section 14(1) of the hindu succession act. 1956 reads as under :--'property of a female hindu to be her absolute property :-- (1) any property possessed by a female hindu, whether acquired before or after the commencement of ..... this act, shall be held by her as full owner thereof ..... and not us a limited owner.explanation.--in this sub-section, 'property' includes both movable and immovable property acquired by a female hindu by inheritance or devise, or .....

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Mar 07 2001 (HC)

Thoppa Naicker Vs. Tmt. Chinnammal and Another

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (2001)2MLJ266

..... as against the expression in possession while interpreting section 14(1) of the hindu succession act, 1956. i am entirely in agreement with the learned counsel for the respondents for the proposition of jaw as advanced by him in his arguments.5. section 14(1) of the hindu succession act, 1956 reads as under;s. 14 property of a female hindu to be her absolute property. (1) any property possessed by a female hindu, whether acquired before or after the commencement of ..... this act, shall be held by her as full owner thereof and not as a limited owner.as far as sub ..... -section (1) of section 14 is concerned, in my opinion, as rightly contended by the learned counsel for the respondents, one .....

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Jun 06 2012 (HC)

K.Sivanandam. Vs. Maragathammal

Court : Chennai

..... after the commencement of this act, shall be held by her as full owner thereof and not as a limited owner."a mere reading of the aforesaid section 14(1) of the hindu succession act 1956 would show that if a female hindu has possessed her property which she ..... has acquired either before or after commencement of the hindu succession act 1956 ..... and title to the suit property to convey the same in favour of the plaintiff. accordingly, the first substantial question of law is answered in favour of the plaintiff.(iii) to find an answer to the second substantial question of law section 14(1) of the hindu succession act 1956 is extracted hereunder,"s.14 property of a female hindu to be her absolute property. (1) any property possessed by a female hindu, whether acquired before or .....

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Mar 23 1998 (SC)

A.G. Varadarajulu and anr. Vs. the State of Tamilnadu and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 1998IIIAD(SC)363; AIR1998SC1388; JT1998(2)SC597; (1998)IIMLJ133(SC); 1998(2)SCALE441; (1998)4SCC231; [1998]2SCR390; 1998(1)LC553(SC)

..... that case the court was concerned with section 14(1) and (2) of the hindu succession act, 1956. if the land came to be 'possessed' by the female at the commencement of the hindu succession act, 1956 in lieu of a pre-existing right of maintenance, the land would become her absolute property under section 14(1) of the act. for the purpose of holding that a female in a joint hindu family had a pre-existing right to ..... maintenance under hindu law and that the case fell within section 14(1 ..... ) and not under section 14(2), fazal ali, j .....

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