Privy Council Judgments on Appeals from India Volume 2

Privy Council Judgments on Appeals from India Volume 2

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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. 1881 edition. Excerpt: ...as follows: " In default of Samanodakas, Bandlwos (cognates) are heirs. Cognates arc of three kinds, --related to the person himself, to his Father, or to his Mother. According to the following text: 'The Sons of his own Father's Sister, the Sons of his own Mother's Sister, and the Sons of his maternal Uncle, must be considered as his own cognate kindred. The Sons of his Father's paternal Aunt, the Sons of his Father's maternal Aunt, and the Sons of his Father's matemal Uncle. must be deemed his Father's cognate kindred. The Sons of his Mother's paternal Aunt, the Sons of his Mother's maternal Aunt, and the Sons of his Mother's maternal Uncle, must bc reckoned hi Mother's cognate kindred. Then, by reason of near afiinity, the cognate kindred of the deceased himself, in the first instance; then the Fathcr's'cog'nate kindred, and next his Mother's cognate kindred, succeed.' This is the order of succession. In the text of Menu: 'Then the distant kinsinan shall be the heir, or the spiritual preccptor, or the pupil;' the term Sakulya comprchends the persons descended from the same family (Saga!ra, ) and the kinaman allied by common libaiion of water (Samanodaka, -) the maternal Uncles and the rest; and the three kinds of cognates. The term cognate lBandho0s) in the text of Jagcslrwara or Jagyamzlkya must comprehend also the maternal Uncles, and the rest; otherwise the maternal Uncles and the rest would he omitted, and their Sons would be entitled to inherit and not they, thernselves, though nearer in the degree of afiinity. A doctrine highly objections.-.ble.," (a) This document, described as an English translation of the principal maxims of the Jllitzicshard Grunlhoo, was put in evidence by the...show more

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  • Paperback | 510 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 26mm | 903g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236967933
  • 9781236967930