Shraddha Kapoor, Farhan Akhtar laud Supreme Court's landmark judgment in Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act 2005

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Celebs laud Supreme Court’s landmark judgment & 

On August 11, 2020, the Supreme Court dominated that daughters can have a proper over the parental property in accordance
with the 2005 modification within the Hindu Succession Act and maintained that the regulation has a retrospective impact. To these unaware, the 2005 act was amended to provide girls equal inheritance rights to girls in case of parental property. 

This choice of the courtroom was lauded by every person on social media. Tinsel city celebs too participated on this motion and expressed their delight.

Filmmaker and actor Farhan Akhtar tweeted, “In a landmark decision, Supreme Court ensures the unconditional right of a daughter to her parents property. It gives daughters inheritance right to the parental property by birth. A great day in the march for gender equality.”

Shraddha additionally commented on the choice and wrote, “About time #Equality”

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Shabana Azmi tweeted, “SC Rules Today To Ensure Unconditional Right Of An Indian Daughter To Her Parents’ Property The decision by the Apex Court of India is historic. It gives daughters inheritance right to the parental property by birth. So either son or daughter, both are deemed equal.”

A 3-judge bench mentioned, “Once a daughter, always a daughter… a son is a son till he is married. The daughter shall remain a coparcener (one who shares equally with others in inheritance of an undivided joint family property) throughout life, irrespective of whether her father is alive or not.”

“The provisions contained in substituted section 6 of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 confer status of coparcener on the daughter born before or after amendment in the same manner as son with same rights and liabilities,” the bench noticed.

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Bollywood celebs had been delighted with the information.

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