The Bombay High Court this week held that a person who converts from Hinduism to another religion would be entitled to her father’s property, if the latter died intestate.
The judgment was passed in a case where a woman, who had converted to Islam, claimed a stake in her father’s property after his death. In 2010, the woman (respondent) had filed a case seeking an injunction restraining her kin from creating a third party right in respect of the property in question, a flat in . . .
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