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Hindu Succession Act 1956 || An Overview || Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa (Cuddapah)

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Video Lecture on.... Hindu Succession Act, Intestate Succession (Distribution of property when a Hindu dies without a will) Testamentary Succession, Class-I Heirs, Class-II Heirs, Agnates, Cognates, Order and mode of Succession, Equal Rights to Daughter in Coparcenary Property, Inheritance in case of remarrying widow, Right of child in womb, Full blood vs. Half blood etc.. Useful video for law students, advocates, aspirants of Junior Civil Judge (JCJ) and other judicial services examinations...
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Banai Singh (8 hours ago)
father pade -likhe h aur kanser ke mariz h aur 26/5/1994 ko will kar di ho wife aur beti ke bete ke name aur thumb 👍laga diya but 28/5/1994 ko death ho gayi signature nahi kiye baad me baki 4 beti will ko challenge kar sakti h kya please help me
Preeti Bhardwaj (4 days ago)
Sir kindly reply u have added dds n DDD in class I heirs n in class ii heirs too....plz clear the confusion
Preeti Bhardwaj (3 days ago)
Thank u so much sir...so kind of u...
Subhan's Legal World (3 days ago)
Yes. DDS and DDD are included in Class I & in Class II heirs too. The Govt. should amend this law..
Preeti Bhardwaj (4 days ago)
Hello sir
kak2k2 (16 days ago)
Gr8 and hard work behind this wonderful elucidating video subhan Sahab.... But I think it's descendent in lieu of ascendant and vice versa
Subhan's Legal World (3 days ago)
kak2k2 There is an editing mistake at the slide, "Succession among the Agnates (Section-12)" in my video. A descendant agnate means an offspring or a person who is descended from a specific ancestor and an ascendant agnate means someone from whom the persons are descended. I have used "Ascendant Agnate" instead of "Descendant Agnate" vice versa. The 'Descendant Agnates' are always preferable than 'Ascendant Agnates'. Thank you..
Vilas Lamani (21 days ago)
grand father make will to made his some property to his grand son and it is dibet in court give some information related to it please
Ashish kumar (21 days ago)
Can you please tell me who should be the legal heir of an unmarried woman , (parents are dead) only brothers and sisters are there out of which one brother died earlier than the deceased woman. Now one unmarried elder sister is there and one brother and predeceased brother wife and children are there.. so who should be the class 1 legal heir?
Ashish kumar (21 days ago)
Subhan's Legal World the deceased unmarried woman ( i.e my aunt) at her last time was suffering from paralysis at that time we made a registered will of her property (land) .. but my uncle is blackmailing us that he will challenge that will if he doesn't get property of her elder unmarried sister in which he is forcebly residing on.! Law doesn't have any provision for the care taker?
Subhan's Legal World (21 days ago)
Sections 15 &16 of the Hindu Succession Act,1956 provides that the property of a female Hindu dying intestate shall devolve according to the order as given below- (a) firstly, upon the sons and daughters and the husband (b) secondly, upon the heirs of the husband (c) thirdly, upon the mother and father (d) fourthly, upon the heirs of the father (e) lastly, upon the heirsof the mother. In your case the property of unmarried sister can be rightly claimed by the surviving elder unmarried sister, suviving brother and the legal heirs (children) of deceased brother as per the prevailing legal framework. Few things are also to be clarified in this context. In case the unmarried sister had written a valid Will in favour of a particular person then that Will is to be honored first. Another aspect is that if the deceased unmarried sister had bank balance, life insurance, or Post Office savings then the nominee of that account will be the first beneficiary of that particular amount. Only in absence of nomination it goes to the legal heirs. Please do not completely rely upon the information provided here. Please always consult an advocate in your locality.
Rajni Mal (22 days ago)
Nice and great work invideo sir.. Pls make another full-fledged video on coparcenary property with proper examples
Madhur kapila (27 days ago)
Very nice lesson sir. I have a question sir.... A person died without making/leaving the will, who has 5 sons and 3 daughters. One of the son among 5 sons has possession on his dad's property more than 20 years. Whether the shares can be demanded by others any time through case. ???????????? What do you think what will be the judgement of court in this case?????
హలో సర్... వారసత్వంగా వచ్చిన భూమిని దత్తత తెచ్చుకున్న పిల్లవాడికి ఈయడానికి అతనికి అధికారం ఉంటాదా...please రిప్లై ఇవ్వండి సర్
Shubham Biche (2 months ago)
Thank you sir
JOJ SAHEB (2 months ago)
some important question and answer
neeraj thakur (2 months ago)
Thanku so much sir , for such a nice lecture.....
Prafulla Kumar Sahoo (2 months ago)
thank you
allah allah (2 months ago)
Please file PIL for granting Muslim Women Equal Property Rights
nancy kashyap (2 months ago)
Sir.. Awesome teaching.. Tysm ..🙌
vaideeswari anubala (3 months ago)
Pls do make a similar video for evidence act and crpc.
ALOK BHATT (3 months ago)
very helpful. hardwork needs no promotional activities, it spreads by itself. good work.
Pawankumar PNCconsultant (3 months ago)
sir, kindly guide
Pawankumar PNCconsultant (3 months ago)
sir, kindly guide
Heena Ansari (3 months ago)
can parents disown and disinherint their adult son/daughter because of being a transgender ???? under hindu succession act
Subhan's Legal World (3 months ago)
Parents cannot disown and disinherent their transgender children. As per Section 125 of Cr.P.C. 1973, the parents are liable for maintenance of their minor (<18 years) sons (even though, they are transgenders), physically challenged or mentally challenged major sons, unmarried daughters. If their son is an adult transgender, the parents are liable for any maintenance, but they can't disown such son. Any disease, disability or defect cannot disqualify a LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender) person to inherit the property.... as per Section 28 of Hindu Succession Act 1956.
Heena Ansari (3 months ago)
can parents disown and disinherint their adult son/daughter because of being a transgender ????
Puja Kumari (3 months ago)
Sir plzz upload a video of stridhan
labdhi shah (4 months ago)
thank yu
nawal bisht (4 months ago)
Good vedio sir ..thanks
Arunkumar Kandasamy (4 months ago)
Hello Sir, Why father should not be treated as first class legal heir when father and mother are two eyes of a son.
Subhan's Legal World (4 months ago)
+Arunkumar Kandasamy Dear Arun, For the reasons behind this rule, we have to open minds of the makers of this law. It is natural and logical to expect that a ‘father’ should be given the right of inheritance of the property of his son like a ‘mother' and he is certainly a very close relative to his son. As such, pushing ‘father’ beyond a third generation has no meaning. In order to remove this anamoly, recently, the Law Commission, has also recommended amendment of Section 8 of the Hindu Succession Act to include ‘father’ under Class I heir of the deceased male along with son, daughter, widow and mother. The Commission has suggested that DDS & DSD be added in Class I heirs. The Commission further recommended that the deletion of four categories of heirs (SDD, DSD, DDS, DDS, & DDD) placed in Class II as they had already been included in Class I heirs as per the 2005 amendment to the Hindu Succession Act.
Veeresh M UPPIN (4 months ago)
do u have any video on indian succession act
Subhan's Legal World (4 months ago)
+Veeresh M UPPIN I do..
Jyothi Imm (4 months ago)
whether the child marriage is valid or voidable or void.....? explain
Mritunjoy Barman (4 months ago)
plz sir tell me about that if he was not a marred person then the entire property will be goes to his mother according your views.Then after death of his mother the property will be go to whom???if the dead person having two brother..and if the mother give the property one of his(dead person) brother it is legal or not???
soumya sonali (5 months ago)
Dear sir, I have a doubt regarding d classification of class 1& class 2 heirs,here u hv represented (Son's daughter's son/daughter & Daughter's son's son/daughter n Daughter's daughter's son/daughter) are included in Class 1 heirs but i wanna ask that are they included in class 2 heirs too??
soumya sonali (5 months ago)
Dear sir, Can u plz explain section 19
Subhan's Legal World (5 months ago)
+soumya sonali I will upload a video lecture on Evidence Act, very shortly...
soumya sonali (5 months ago)
Thank you sir, Can i hv the link of ur lectures on indian evidence act??
Subhan's Legal World (5 months ago)
+soumya sonali Yes. They are included in Class 1 & Class 2 heirs. The Govt. should amend this law..
King King (5 months ago)
Thank u sir
Sharavan Kumar (5 months ago)
Wonderfull sir......😍😍😍😍😍❤
Makhan Yadav (5 months ago)
Sir your mobile number please
Nayanjyoti sharmah (6 months ago)
sir bohut helpful video. good for llb student sir, pls this video in hinde explain, other student also help.
sanjana tawaniya (6 months ago)
Very helpful sir👍
Renuka Girish (7 months ago)
Thank you for making me understand..
Nabila Rubaiyat (8 months ago)
Is this Daybhaga succession?
Shakshi Shilpa (8 months ago)
Father is not alive,daughter is also expire,in 2011 supercourt order a property to father,then father for FDP..then father die..son is here,but daughter expire,son have one son & one daughter,expire daughter have one son..wat possible judgment in this case..if,in case daughter son also expire..wt will be judgement
R P (9 months ago)
please Hindi
jk (9 months ago)
sir ur mobile no.? I need ur suggestion.
satya sharmila (10 months ago)
Thank you for the video sir. Can you please make a video on special contracts.
Vikas Panwar (10 months ago)
father is dead before 2005. then sister can take part in self acquired and inherit ancestral property ?? in hindu community.
Sharan K (10 months ago)
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karthik peta (11 months ago)
Hi Sir, very good lecture, As per Sept 9 2005 amendment ( For 1956 Act) both father and daughter alive then share will applicable to daughter other wise no. How this will applicable for CHRISTIANS. Please explain.
karthik peta (11 months ago)
Hi sir, May I know Christian law property share for daughter. I know 1925 ACT. Could you please summarise and explain.
Subhan's Legal World (11 months ago)
+karthik peta The provisions of the Hindu Succession Act 1956 are not applicable to Christians, Muslims and Parsis.
naveen chowdary (11 months ago)
dear sir, my name is naveen , law student pls explain the problem A sunni Muslim died laving behind his wife , father, mother,full brother, consanguine sister , son and daughter. how would you distribute the property among them?
Kulwant Sandhu (1 year ago)
very nice sir. sir plz sapinda relationship ke barre main video available krado...
hari b (1 year ago)
thanks sir...nice lecture
Amrit Kaur (1 year ago)
sir pls tell how much time it takes in getting succession certificate.. pls confirm is this applicable in haryana also ??
Parveen Kumar (1 year ago)
Respected Sir I have a quarry. Mother will also get a part of her son asset if he died intestate. when mother will died then her property will distribute into her First class heirs in which that intestate own family and brother sisters are also included. This way that intestate's brothers &sisters also get a share in his asset .whether this is flaw of this act
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
+Parveen Kumar Yes
Prateek Trivedi (1 year ago)
do you provide online classes for crpc
ANISH JOSE (1 year ago)
such an interesting topic..Information in a simplified form... But a bit slow
anumolu usha (1 year ago)
Does A will has a time limitation ,after a person dies. If so how much time.
Ritu Batra (1 year ago)
i saw your video. its very good. can you please check descending agnates n ascending agnate. i think its opposite.
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
+Ritu Batra Thank you. Yes, it was shown wrong. See "comments" section of this video for clarification.
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
There is an editing mistake at the slide, "Succession among the Agnates (Section-12)" in my video. A descendant agnate means an offspring or a person who is descended from a specific ancestor and an ascendant agnate means someone from whom the persons are descended. I have used "Ascendant Agnate" instead of "Descendant Agnate" vice versa. The 'Descendant Agnates' are always preferable than 'Ascendant Agnates'. Thank you Bavti Pujara ji..
Mohd Talib Alvi (5 months ago)
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bhavti pujara (1 year ago)
decendent agnates and ascendent agnates is shown wrong. Descendent is the offspring and ascendent is the ancestrs to the person.
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
+Sachit Khurana Log on to https://slideshare.net/BANDESUBHAN and download the slides.
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
Sachit Khurana Send me your email id.
Sachit Khurana (1 year ago)
please provide the link for the slides.. baaki, good lecture, thanks
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
+bhavti pujara Yes, you are absolutely right. That was an editing mistake.... Thank you so much for your careful observation.... I will modify the slide and upload it in Slideshare.
Mubarak Haider (1 year ago)
Excellent work! Thank you so much for your work sir.
JATIN HANDA (1 year ago)
Superb video sir ji....very helpful 👌👌
Umesh Verma (1 year ago)
nice sir ji helpful video for Llb students
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
+Umesh Verma Thank you
Parveen Kumar (1 year ago)
Dear sir thank you very much for such a informative video. I have a confusion. according to this act if a male Hindu died intestate then his living mother is also get one of the share. on the death of mother her share will be distributed in her legal heir in which brothers and sister of deceased man whose share was gone to mother also get share. this way they get their brother's share indirectly on which they have no right . Is it correct or not
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
+Parveen Kumar Yes, correct.
Kalam Raghupathy (1 year ago)
v v useful for me and all adv
Shailaja Hange (4 months ago)
Kalam Raghupathy bank look er ruls
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
+Kalam Raghupathy Thank you
Sathya Kiran (1 year ago)
Sir plz do vedios on ammendments of Hindu succession act...
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
+Sathya Kiran Dear Kiran, No amendment has been made to Hindu Succession Act since 2005.
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
The provisions under Section-6 shall apply only to a daughter married "on or after" commencement of the Amendment, i.e., 9.9.2005. In "Prakakash & Others vs. Phulavathi (2015)", the Supreme Court held that the property rights of daughters are prospective in their application, i.e., to be available only if both the father and the daughter are alive on the date of the commencement of the Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005 (i.e., 9th September, 2005)
chaudhari haresh (1 month ago)
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Abhinav Tiwari (8 months ago)
Can I get ur contact number.... Mine number is. 94546627143 I have querry related hindu succession law..plzzz
Prateek Trivedi (1 year ago)
do u provide online classes for crpc
Smita Satpute (1 year ago)
thanks sir...very nice lecture
Deepak chaliyawala (7 months ago)
Nice work. It will help every one who is associated with legal side. All the best sir.
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
+Smita Satpute Thank you
Veeranna Parma (1 year ago)
Nice lesson
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
+Veerannaa Parma Thank you
mopuru ugrateja (1 year ago)
nice sir
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
+mopuru ugrateja Thank you
Aggarwal Sumith (1 year ago)
Great work! Hats off to you sir..
shaik mohammed Azash (1 year ago)
good work my friend
Subhan's Legal World (1 year ago)
Thank you

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