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Kunhipappada Beefathummabi vs Kunhipappada Kunhikoya

Kunhipappada Beefathummabi vs Kunhipappada Kunhikoya

 | 2006

The case features an appeal by petitioner from the Kunhipappada tarawad that consisted of three thavazhies contesting the partition of property and the use of per stripes as the method of division. The court rejects the suit citing the petitioner as an individual member of of a thavazy could not enforce partition through a court of law. However, the verdict notes that the petitioner was correct to challenge per stripes method and that shares should be reassessed in accordance with the per capita method customary to the community.

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