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Legal Bites presents Part II of the Hindu Law Mains Questions Series. The questions listed here, which are arranged by section, will help students studying for Judiciary, APO, or University Exams. Candidates can use Legal Bites’ list of questions to help them determine the most important and often asked questions, as well as practice their aptitude and knowledge.
Answering questions is a continuous process that is an inevitable component of any test preparation, as we all know. A well-written response displays not just a candidate’s knowledge, but also his or her ability to tailor the content to the question’s requirements.
It is vital to thoroughly prepare for this exam to pass it. To attain mastery over the subjects studied, applicants only need to keep practicing these questions in the months coming up to the examinations. Following it, the candidate’s confidence level, as well as their scores, will vastly improve.
Hindu Law Mains Question Series Part II
A and his brothers B and C are members of a joint family under the Mitakshara School. A sues B and C for partition. After the suit but before the decree A dies, leaving a widow. Can the suit be continued, if so by whom? If not, whether B and C will get A’s share by survivorship? Discuss with reasons. [HJS 1996]
Discuss the concept, meaning and scope of ‘Partition’ under Mitakshara and Dayabhaga Schools. Further, examine, the rights of a minor coparcener to claim Partition. Decide with reference to case law on the subject [HJS 1999]
A, B and C are members of a Joint family. A and B are the managing members. A and B borrow money from P for the Joint family. Since they failed to repay in time, P filed a suit which was decreed against A and B as managers. Discuss whether this decree can be executed against C’s share in the co-parcenary property. Can “C” file a suit for partition and claim injunction against T’ from executing the decree against his share? [HJS 2000]
Hari, his brothers Shyam and Kailash were joint in business and property. Hari has wife, two sons, their wife and four grandsons (two from each) and a married daughter. Shyam has a wife and one son. Kailash has wife and two daughters. Kailash demanded partition and his share both in business and property. Make a complete partition. [HJS 2007]
A member of a Hindu undivided family solemnizes a marriage under The Special Marriage Act, 1954. What is the effect of such marriage on his status as a member of the joint or undivided family? [RJS 1986]