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What is the share of a married daughter in her father's property, if she has brothers who are married too?

Asked by Subarna Dhara, 01 Sep '08 11:50 pm
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Children are treated equally no matter what gender.
Answered by Janis, 02 Sep '08 12:46 am

 
  
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Equal share unless noted otherwise in the will.
Answered by rajneesh Rediff, 02 Sep '08 01:10 pm

 
  
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Equal to brothers if the property is ancessetral ( pustainy jaijad) if parrents are alive depends on thair will only for the property earned by them . for the property which they got from thair parents they cant sell or transfer at thair will douthers have equal rights as son
Answered by sarabjeet singh mudhar, 02 Sep '08 12:03 pm

 
  
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To what extent a married daughter is eligible for her father's property after her father and mother's death and having 2 younger sisters and 1 younger brother and she got married in 1984 in andhra pradesh
Answered by DFOSFKAKINADA, 21 Apr '10 12:04 pm

 
  
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Seek an advocates advice, refer this site http:///www.advocatekhoj.com/
Answered by Naresh Gupta, 04 Sep '08 09:45 am

 
  
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If the property is self-acquired by your Father/Mother. They have a right to make will in favour of anyone. If your Father/Mother acquired ancestral property;, they have no right to make will. The day the child is born, he/she is entitled for equal share of property alongwith other siblings whether male or female including surviving Father/Mother. In case of self acquired property; also if Father/Mother expires without making any will i.e. inestate, then also the property shall be divided into equal shares irrespective of the gendre of the siblings.
Answered by S BHARDWAJ, 03 Sep '08 07:17 pm

 
  
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One third of the property share will be given to the daughter as per the law in all
religions according to the law and u need to give a prior notice and file a civil suit in the court of law
Answered by SAIKRISHNAMOHAN RAO, 02 Sep '08 10:24 am

 
  
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Pls Specify which Personal Law You belong too ? Varies drastically as per personal law. I'm NOT a Lawyer but am currently going thru' similar situation & as such hv read a lot on the subject. Will be able to answer on your clarification of Your RELIGION / if Hindu then REGION or the Law applicable to Your Family ie Dayabhaga or Mitakshara(with which school of Mitakhsara)? Time factor is also important as the Law has drastically changed in 2005. Whether Father is alive?
Answered by Anil, 02 Sep '08 09:43 am

 
  
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Full share . the same as that of her brothers
Answered by iqbal seth, 02 Sep '08 08:48 am

 
  
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In a family there is a father, mother, daughters and sons. Children are married. After father passes away. All the property needs to be handed to mother. After her death it should be equally divided amount all the childre.
If father or mother have made any notes with their lawyer that specific % of property should be given to the specific child then no law can change it. Children's should accept what comes in their pockets.
Answered by Jairam Kshirasagar, 02 Sep '08 12:25 am

 
  
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