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Property Rights: How much right do sons and daughters have on father's property, know the legal provisions

Daughter's right in father's property - There is no doubt that in Indian law, daughters have been given equal rights in property as sons. But often cases of disputes regarding distribution of property and ownership rights come to the fore. The biggest reason for this is that people lack knowledge of property rights and legal rules. Today in this news we will know how much right a daughter and son have in their father's property. Let us know in the news below- 

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The Kalamkar news (Bureau). India has been a male-dominated country for the last thousands of years. However, after independence in 1947, many legal provisions were made to empower women in the country. Apart from this, many special rights for women were also added to the Constitution so that women can also move forward shoulder to shoulder with men.

At the same time, what rights have been given to women regarding property? Many people remain quite confused about this. People often ask whether daughters have equal rights on their father's property. 

For your information, let us tell you that by amending the Hindu Succession Act 2005, daughters were also given equal rights in property. Today, through this news, we are going to tell you about these laws and rights. Let us know about them in detail - 

You should be aware of what happens if the father dies without a will. In such a situation, sons as well as daughters have equal rights on the property acquired by them. 

According to the Hindu Succession Act 2005, a daughter has equal rights on her father's property. At the same time, the marital status of the daughter does not affect her father's property rights.

You should also be aware of if the woman has inherited the property from her parents. Whereas if the woman does not have children. In this situation, this property goes to the father's heirs.

Apart from this, according to Section 15(2) B, if the woman has received the property from her husband or her father-in-law. In such a situation, in the absence of children, the property goes to the husband's heirs.