Family Law Lectures II is an exhaustive publication on the law relating to property and succession. It covers all major aspects relating to Hindus, Muslims, Christians, and Parsis. It also examines fundamental concepts dealing with the joint family, coparcenary, partition, intestate succession as well as the law relating to gifts, wills, and inheritance. This book is an essential reference for students, researchers, academicians, and those preparing for competitive examinations.
Discusses the general principles of major Inheritance laws amongst the various communities and regions in India, and the sources of Hindu and Muslim law
Covers area of devolution of property through Inheritance and Succession amongst Hindus and the law governing gifts, wills, gifts made during marz-ul maut, and Inheritance amongst Muslims
Traces in detail the classical concept of Hindu Joint Family, Coparcenary, categorization of different kinds of property that a Hindu may own, Concept of Trading Families, Karta, Alienation, and Partition of Joint Family Property, Devolution of Coparcenary Property and Inheritance and Succession to the separate property under the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 and the above-mentioned topics under Muslim law
Incorporates important judgments delivered by the Supreme Court and High Courts