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Sainabi vs Aboobackerkoya

Sainabi vs Aboobackerkoya

 | 2001

The Case features disputed properties including a mosque and residential building between a tarwad and its thavazhi. The central contention is whether the status of the disputed property was self acquired or thavazhi. The court finds that in case of the the particular community, the succession should be on the basis of Muslim Personal Law and not Marumakkathayam Law. Accordingly, the verdict assesses the disputed properties as self-acquired property and rules in favour of the petitioner.

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