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types of property under mitakshara school of law

INTRODUCTION The Hindu Succession Act, 1956 (HSA) is an uneasy compromise between the conservatives who wanted to retain the Mitakshara coparcenary and its discrimination against daughters, and the progressives who wanted to abolish the Mitakshara coparcenar y altogether. In essence, the Act retained the Mitakshara coparcenary. But since last two decades, five southern States took […]

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Pre-Nuptial Agreements by Somesh Vaidya @LexCliq

What exactly is a prenuptial agreement? It is essentially a written agreement between two spouses that specifies what the respective spouses’ monetary obligation will be in the case of death, divorce, or separation. In layman’s terms, it specifies the percentage of property, assets, and money that each of them will get if the marriage is […]

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The Concept of Social Engineering by Roscoe Pound in context with Indian Law’s, by Kartikeya Hundet, At LexClip

The doctrine of Social Engineering interpretation of Roscoe Pound theory aims at building an efficient society that would result in the satisfaction of the maximum wants with a minimum of friction and waste. Analyzing the role of legislation, constitutional provisions and court judgments in the process of social engineering in India, it can be seen […]

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