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Report No. 86

2.12. Views of Mr. Evans-Weakening of joint family not favoured.-

Mr. G.H.P. Evans, however, thought that while, no doubt, partition cases presented considerable difficulty and a power to direct sale would greatly simplify matters, yet any measure tending to break up the joint Hindu family system would meet with great opposition, and that the time was not opportune for introducing any such measure.

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