HC: adopted child has no right in property of biological parents

HC: adopted child has no right in property of biological parents

December 04, 2012

In a significant judgement, the Bombay high court has held that a child given away in adoption cannot claim any right in the property of his biological father.

Justice Mridula Bhatkar recently delivered this ruling in an appeal filed by Somanath Radhakrishna More in a case pertaining to a joint Hindu family from Nashik, where the family head Ramchandra Mahale had given away his eldest son Radhakrishna to the Mores. Ramchandra had two more sons Trimbak and Digambar.

In the course of time, both Digambar and Trimbak died. Thereafter, Somnath, the son of Radhakrishna, claimed a share in the property jointly owned by the Mahale family….

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* DOPT/CVC/RTI/MOF/CGHS/DPE/RAILWAY/RBI/IRDA Circulars/Orders/Notifications/Guidelines and other Govt. Circulars/Orders/Notifications
* Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) Circulars/Notifications/Office Orders/Guidelines
* Right to Information (RTI) – Rules/Notifications/Circulars/Guidelines/Orders/CIC Circulars/Directions/Decisions

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