Mukkattumbrath Ayisumma vs Vayyaprath Pazhae Bangalayil
The case features an interesting matter on the intersection of Muslim Personal Laws on inheritance and Marumakathayam laws on property partition. The petitioner claims the rights of Mappilla Tarwads unaffected even after the passing of the Muslim Shariat Act in her situation. The High Court allows the petitions but finds it unnecessary to convene a full bench. The verdict notes that in the situation the Muslim Personal Application Act would apply and the petitioner had a right to be part of the division of tarwad property, interest in which was left to her by her husband.
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