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Property Rights: How much right does the daughter-in-law have on her mother in law – father-in-law property in India, know what the rules say

Property Rights: To empower women at various levels in the country, many rights have been given to them in the Constitution. Apart from this, in view of many social changes taking place with time, new rights are given to women, so that they do not have to face any kind of discrimination or other problems in the society. It is noteworthy that in today’s modern era, many women in the country are becoming vocal about their rights. On the other hand, even today there are many women in the country who do not know at all about their rights guaranteed by the Constitution. In this connection, today through this news we are going to tell about a special property right related to women. People often have a question whether the daughter-in-law also has a right in the property of her mother-in-law and father-in-law? Let us know about it –

The sons have the right over the property self-acquired by the parents. They can claim their rights on the property self-acquired by the parents. At the same time, the daughter-in-law cannot claim her rights on the property acquired by her mother-in-law. They have no right in this.

For your information, let us tell you that daughters-in-law can have rights over the husband’s ancestral property in two ways. If the husband transfers the property rights to the daughter-in-law. In this situation the daughter-in-law may have authority over it.

Apart from this, after the death of the husband, the daughter-in-law may have rights over the property. After marriage, the daughter goes to another family as a daughter-in-law. However, she does not have any right on her in-laws’ property. At the same time, he has full rights on his father’s property.

You should be aware that property transferred from one generation to another comes under the category of ancestral property. After division, ancestral property turns into self-acquired property.

Shyamu Maurya
Shyamu Maurya
Shyamu has done Degree in Fine Arts and has knowledge about bollywood industry. He started writing in 2018. Since then he has been associated with Informalnewz. In case of any complain or feedback, please contact me @informalnewz@gmail.com
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