In Hindu Succession Act, daughters can be coparceners
Prior to the 2005 amendment in the Act, only male members descended from a common ancestor could be coparceners
This is with regard to the A Supreme Court (SC) judgement of 2 November 2015 on daughter’s legal right in father’s property. My father expired in 1985, leaving no Will. We are one brother, three sisters and our mother. I am the eldest child (son). Who is the beneficiary of this property that was initially in my father’s name? My mother is paying the house tax.