Gone are the days when women in India faced segregation in property possession issues. At first, they had rights over their ancestral property, and widows were always helpless before their children. It is developing now. The legislature has of late been looking for an advanced way to keep property among women.
Earlier, when a woman was stopped, she stayed to be a piece of her father’s HUF. Many considered it a violation of the property rights of women. Nevertheless, on September 9, 2005, the Hindu Succession Act, 1956, which oversees the development of property among Hindus, as amended.
As indicated by the Hindu Succession Amendment Act, 2005, every woman, whether married or unmarried, is seen as a person from her father’s HUF and even referred to as a ‘doer’ (who Is his property) can also be selected. The change currently gives women equal rights, obligations, obligations, and barriers that were previously restricted to children.
As indicated by the decision, women could benefit from the benefits they would receive from the change if their father died on September 9, 2005. What’s more, if the woman was alive on 9 September the father is eligible to be a co-sharer. , 2005. In any case, on February 2, 2018, the Supreme Court has made it a general standard that a father, living or dead, be eligible to share in the father’s property on the date, later to his youth This right to guarantee also.
The verdict has finally abolished male prominence in the paternal property sharing in the Hindu family. At the same time, the legislature added a proviso that if a division took place before December 20, 2004, the date on which the bill was introduced in the Rajya Sabha would not be invalidated. The decision is important because equal rights are an important factor in ensuring and empowering women with men. This will make gender justice more real for women.