2005 Current Affairs, GK & News
The Uttarakhand government has put forward an ordinance providing the co-ownership rights to women in the ancestral property of their husband. Highlights The ordinance was put forward in the backdrop of large-scale migration of men from hill areas of the state to look for livelihood. It was passed with the aim of providing financial independence ..
Topics: 2005 • ancestral property • Co-ownership Rights to Women • Hindu personal laws of 1956 • Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act • Uttarakhand Government • Women Empowerment • Women's property rights in India
The Supreme Court has ruled that the daughters in the Hindu families have equal coparcenary rights in the joint Hindu family property even if the father died before the Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005. This has been done in order to ensure the equality of women in the property rights of the family. Details of ..
Category: Legal & Constitution Current Affairs