Supreme Court in which of the following case held that women can also “be manager of a Joint Family:

A Shreya Vdiyarthi v. Ashhok Vidyarthi 2015 (13) SCALE 643 Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
B ABC v. State (NCT of Delhi) 2015 (10) SCC 1 Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
C Ram Singh v. Union of India 2015(4) SCC 697 Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
D Devidas v. State of Maharashtra 2015(6) SCC 1 Correct Answer Incorrect Answer


Shreya Vidyarthi v. Ashok Vidyarthi 2015 (13) SCALE 643 In this case, the Supreme Court of India held that women can also be the manager of a joint Hindu family. The court observed that the Hindu Succession Act, 1956, which governs the devolution of property among Hindus, does not discriminate between male and female heirs. The court noted that the Act recognizes the right of female heirs to inherit property and that this right extends to the management of joint family property as well.

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