As per Hindu Succession Act, 1956, a woman has a complete right over her streedhan. She can do whatever she wants with her streedhan. However, there may be instances, where she is required to prove her asset is a streedhan. Read on to know what is streedhan and what kind of evidence can help to substantiate the claim in the court of law.
The word Streedhan is derived from the Sanskrit words ‘Stree’ meaning a woman and the word ‘dhan’ means property, so combining the two words, we get ‘property of woman’, I.e., her ‘Streedhan’.
What is Streedhan?
Streedhan, according to law, refers to any gift received by a woman at any point during her lifetime. Usually, these include gifts received by her at the time of her birth, marriage, widowhood. It also includes gifts received during
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