Parental Propert Right for Daughters in Nepal

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Rights on the ancestral property i.e great grand fathers property after their death of after marriage for daughters. “The devolution of property on the death of its owner or property beneficaryreceives from the estate of a deceased person”. Parental property right is a natural right which is coming from many eras . even in the royal family ,after the death of the king crowned prince were made king because its a natural and birth right. Any children of own blood can claim for the property with their family members either its son or daughter. According to the commencement of the Hindu Amendment Act 2005 for daughters,

a. By birth one become a coparcencer in her own right in the same manner as the son
b.have the same rights in the coparcenary property as she would have had if she had been a son
c. Be subject to the same liabilities in respect of the said coparcenary probably as that of son
Most of the experts had belived that women are iliterated and are subjected to voilence due to economic dependences. Such dependences had taken a place of legel war as inheritance of parental property. Even Nepal is only the country where thedaughter in law can claim for the property if needs to be get divorced. Parents of boy have to sell their propertyto pay the divorced daughter in law in any way. file against her father and two brothers for the property

In the present context, daughters are getting the parental property according to the parental property law for daughters. Section 16 of the chapter on partition of the existing National code of 1963 which states a daughter is entitled to inherit parental property if she is unmarried till 35 years of age and have to return reducing dowry and marriage amount to the parents if married then. But yet the sons are supposed to be inferior to daughters. As so on there are two dozens of laws discrimination laws between the genders ie against women. Nepal’s Supreme court...
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