Domestic Violence

Thabagouda Satteppa Umarani vs Satteppa S/O. Thabagouda Umarani

Karnataka HC


AIR 2015(NOC)435 Karnat

About/from the judgment:

To clarify this position here it is to be noted that co-parcener refers to a male issue i.e., may be a father or a son. The wives of co-owners do not get any interest by virtue of their marriage. It is only a Hindu widow who gets the interest of her husband


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