4 edition of Law of Stridhana found in the catalog.
Law of Stridhana
J. K. Pathak
On the law of gifts obtained by a Hindu woman from her relations.
|Other titles||Pathak"s law of Stridhana.|
|Statement||by J.K. Pathak and B.K. Sharma.|
|Contributions||Sharma, B. K. 1946-|
|LC Classifications||KNS554 .P37 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||92911286|
stridhana property of a female which is a woman’s absolute property; Small portions of property inherited by a widow. Movable property inherited or obtained by way of a share on partition by a widow under the Mayukha and; Small portions of coparcenary property in the hands of a father; A gift under Hindu law need not be in writing. About the Book Present volume is a co-operative contribution to studies in Hindu Dharma- sastra (composed in Sanskrit language). It comprises of scholarly findings of the students of Indology. The papers cover a range of topics encompassing economic, sociological, philosophical, religious and legal aspects dealt in the Dharmasastra as also their relevance in the present times.
p. FIRST TITLE OF LAW. THE LAW OF DEBT. 1. Payment of a Debt. * 1. 1 Which debts must be paid, which other debts must not be paid; by whom, and in what form (they must be paid); and the rules of gift and receipt, (all that) is comprised under the title of 'Recovery of a Debt.' * 2. The father being dead, it is incumbent on the sons to pay his debt, each according to his share (of the. Law and Gender Inequality The Politics of Women's Rights in India By Flavia Agnes Oxford University Press, , pp??, Rs?? Review: Maneesha Deckha I N this new book by Flavia Agnes, much of the analysis is devoted to exploring how and why the economic rights and power of women are affected by the personal laws of the various religious File Size: 38KB.
The project is concluded spelling out the impact of section 14 on Stridhana. INTRODUCTION. Prior to , two kinds of properties were recognized by Hindu texts and writings with respect to women – Stridhana and non-Stridhana properties. Stridhana Property. It occupies a prominent place in the Sanskrit law books that had been written in. India News: A woman has inalienable rights over stridhan and she can claim it even after separation from her husband, the Supreme Court has ruled, saying that den.
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Get this from a library. Law of Stridhana. [J K Pathak; B K Sharma] -- On the law of gifts obtained by a Hindu woman from her relations.
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ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Format: Paperback. Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t2d84p Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive. Property obtained by a woman under a compromise whereunder she gives up her rights to her stridhana will be stridhana.
When she obtains some property under a family arrangement, whether such property will Law of Stridhana book stridhana or woman’s estate will depend on the terms of the : Diganth Raj Sehgal. Hindu Family: Coparcenary and Coparcenary Property, Law of Partition, Law of Debts and Doctrine of Pious Obligation, Law of Inheritance, Stridhana.
Law Relating to Property and Tax: Meaning and Kinds of Property, Ownership and Possession: Nature and Modes of Acquisition, Transfer of Ownership, The Law of Bailment and other, Incorporeal Rights. property held by her as stridhana immediately before the commencement of the said Act.
It is immaterial whether it be obtained by inheritance of Law of Stridhana book deceased husband’s separate property or of 2 Banerjee, Hindu Law of Marrriage and Stridhan, Pg File Size: KB. As the Hindu community in India followed the Hindu law created for smooth functioning of the household, the terms like HUF, karta, stridhan were created for protecting the interest of different members of the household.
With the changing times some laws like HUF, were given legal status. Hindu Family Law: Law relating to Marital and Quasi Marital Relationship, Law relating to Parental and Quasi Parental Relationship including Legitimacy and Adoption, Law of Joint Hindu Family: Coparcenary and Coparcenary Property, Law of Partition, Law of Debts and Doctrine of Pious Obligation, Law of Inheritance, Stridhana.
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Law Relating to Property and Tax: Meaning and Kinds of Property. The Minor Law Books (SBE33), by Julius Jolly, , at THIRTEENTH TITLE OF LAW. THE LAW OF INHERITANCE. * 1. 1 Where a partition of the paternal property. is instituted by the sons, it is called by the learned, Partition of Property, a title of law.
* 2. ABOUT Banaras Hindu University is an internationally reputed temple of learning, situated in the holy city of Varanasi. The Centre for Vedic Science, Banaras Hindu University successfully organized two days’ workshop on Vedic Jurisprudence and its impact on Contemporary World. Since the Centre has prior commitment to publish edited book on the same subject matter.
Foreword This painstaking work deals with the rights of women, enshrined in the juristic and jurisprudential discourse of the classical Hindu Law. Bhim Sain Narang has an authentic. access to this discourse, and a sure grasp of deep-seated antinomies, and even contradictions, as regards the conceptions of Stridhana.
The provisions of this law can be easily invoked for recovery of Stridhana. Again u/s 18(ii) of the Domestic Violence Act the law says that a woman is entitled to receive the possession of the Stridhana, jewellery, clothes and other necessary items.
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msrlawbooks HINDU LAW >>>>> Page 2 Stridhana (ii) Widow Yestate (iii) Reversioners. (i) File Size: KB. A COMPLETE GUIDE ON STRIDHANA. Meaning of Stridhana: the word Stridhana is composed of two words: Stri (woman) and Dhana (Property).The word means the property belonging to a woman.
As observed in Rajamma’s case, a gift given to a Hindu woman before and after her marriage constitutes woman’s property.
Mayne's Treatise on Hindu Law & Usage has ever since its publication in been regarded as a classic on the subject. It has all throughout reigned supreme and is universally considered to be a last word on this branch of law.
It is the most authentic source of knowledge on Hindu : Dr. Vijender Kumar. Stridhana means something in Hinduism, Sanskrit, the history of ancient India, Marathi. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this page.
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Prior totwo kinds of properties were recognized by Hindu texts and writings with respect to women â€“ Stridhana and non-Stridhana properties. Stridhana Property. It occupies a prominent place in the Sanskrit law books that had been written in ancient India.
Etymologically, Stridhana means femaleâ€™s property. It includes gifts.Law — Principles and Precedents, (8th Edn.) edited by Prof. S. Venkataraman, one of the renowned Professors of Hindu Law para deals with “Definition of Stridhana”.
In para dealing with “Sources of acquisition” it is stated that the sources of acquisition of property in a woman’s.Stridhana, as defined by Yagnyabalkya is: 1) The wealth received by the women from her father, mother, husband and brother out of love and affection.
2) The wealth given to the bride by her maternal uncle and relative etc. at the time of marriage in presence of nuptial fire.