whether daughters of a hindu family has property rights along with the sons of the family out of the self earned property of their deceased father.Incase they are eligible any cut of date(effective date) as per amendment in Hindu Succession Act.Whether the daughters marriage date plays any determining factor? Pl clarify with reference to the Hindu law.
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Dear Sir / Madam,
As per the Hindu Succession Act, married daughters have equal rights vis a vis the sons on the parental property. There is no cut-off date for this law to have become effective. The daughter has a right to the family property, irrespective whether she is single or married.
acc to HSA Daughters and sons has equal rights to property. According to law, any woman, irrespective of the marital status, has full right to inherit ancestral property just like a son of the family.date of marriage is insignificant.
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