Daya-Crama-Sangraha of Sri Krishna Tarkalankara

Daya-Crama-Sangraha of Sri Krishna Tarkalankara

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1878 edition. Excerpt: ...daughter inherit together.(a) 3. This is declared by the first half of the following passage of DEVALA, " A woman's property is common to her sons and unmarried daughters when she is dead; but if she leave no male issue, her husband shall take it, her mother, her brother or her father." 4. Since the words " sons and unmarried dau_ghte1s" And in default of are exhibited in the conjunctive 111th 'he'-compound (called " Dwunolw-u)," and because the words " common to" are here expressed, it results that the son and the unmarried daughter possess the right of inheritance together, and in default of either of them, the wealth goes to the other. 5. On failure of both these two, the succession devolves equally on the married Failing them' daughter, who has, and the married U The married daughters: ' V-1ssue--for a textuof NAREDA recites, " In default of a ' son, let a daughter take the succession, for they are both offspring alike: "--and because oblations at solemn obsequies are presented by the daughter through the medium of her son, to the hus daughter, who is likely to have male (a) Coleb. Da. Bl1., 011. IV., Summary, new ed, p. 114'; 1, Macn., H, L., ' 40; Elb. In., p. 85. 1 51-55 band of the woman, in which she participates, that is, oblations are presented by the danghter's son to his own maternal grandfather. 6. In default of eitherof these two, the other suc And failing one the ceeds, and on failure of both of them "her? the son's son inherits, for he pre quies to the husband of the woman, of which she partakes. 7. In default of the son's son, the daughter's son succeeds; for' it is reasonable since the...show more

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  • Paperback | 30 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 73g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236862384
  • 9781236862389