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4.5. Re-marriage allowed by custom.-

Even in a caste in which widow re-marriage is allowed by custom, a childless widowed daughter of a child-bearing age is not entitled in the Bengal school to succeed to her father's property along with the married daughter having a son, in the absence of any proof of custom entitling her to succeed under such circumstances1.

1. Binodini v. Sustha, 1920 ILR 48 Cal 300 (302).

Hindu Widows Re-marriage Act, 1856 Back

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