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dc.contributor.authorMishra, Archana-
dc.identifier.citationMishra, Archana. (2016). Vicissitudes of women’s inheritance right: England, Canada and India at the dawn of 21st century. Journal of the Indian Law Institute, Vol 58 No 4: 481-508en_US
dc.description.abstractWomen’s economic status and social security is influenced by her ownership and control over immovable property. Since time immemorial framing of all property laws have been exclusively for the benefit of man. Devolution of property under family law is profoundly conditioned by historical legacies, statutory laws, personal laws as is evident in the development of succession laws of Canada and India. Though numerous notions of English succession law became part of both these countries due to prolonged colonial presence, with passage of time, these laws continued to evolve and differ from English law. This paper reflects the changes brought about by modern thought of equality and positive discrimination favoring women’s right to property in England, Canada and India. It also analyses the implication of existing statutory provisions, their judicial interpretations and desirous changes that could be brought to improve the social and economic conditions of women.en_US
dc.publisherIndian Law Institute, Bangloreen_US
dc.subjectInheritance right of womenen_US
dc.subjectInheritance law of Canadaen_US
dc.subjectHindu womenen_US
dc.subjectMuslim womenen_US
dc.subjectIndian Succession Act, 1925en_US
dc.titleVicissitudes of women’s inheritance right: England, Canada and India at the dawn of 21st centuryen_US
dc.contributor.affiliationJindal Global Law School-
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