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Judgments on Deed of Relinquishment

Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Deed of Relinquishment

Deed of Relinquishment — Whether in view of the doctrine of spes successionis, as embodied in Section 6 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, and in paragraph 54 of Mulla’s “Principles of Mahomedan Law”, a Deed of Relinquishment executed by an expectant heir could operate as estoppel to a claim that may be set up by the Executor of such Deed after inheritance opens on the death of the owner of the property? — Held, yes — Transfer of Property Act, 1882, Section 6 — Mulla’s “Principles of Mahomedan Law”, Paragraph 54 — Evidence Act, 1872, Section 115.

 
Deed of Relinquishment

Deed of Relinquishment — Whether on execution of a Deed of Relinquishment after having received remuneration for such future share, the expectant heir could be estopped from claiming a share in the inheritance? — Held, yes — Transfer of Property Act, 1882, Section 6 — Mulla’s “Principles of Mahomedan Law”, Paragraph 54 — Evidence Act, 1872, Section 115.

 
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