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My sister got married recently. Her husband has an elder brother who now wants them to go away without taking anything from their father's property. He has also kept the whole dowry money. Plz provide some solution. How to fight for justice. Plz help me immediately, it's an urgent need.

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Re: Property partition between two brothers when father is alive
« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2016, 07:36:03 PM »
Regarding the father in laws property, yo need not bother that's his choice whom e would give.

Regarding dowry, both giving and taking of dowry is illegal.

Instead state that your stridan is with the brother in law.

Than a simple police complaint will be sufficient to get it back.

 

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