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 Nepal ma chori haru le sampati khana paucha??
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Posted on 07-13-21 10:40 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Chori haru le sampati khana paucha ki nai aajkal ??
 
Posted on 07-13-21 11:06 PM     [Snapshot: 15]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Any idea guysss..
 
Posted on 07-14-21 6:37 AM     [Snapshot: 92]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Paucha.equal right for both guys and girls.
 
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Posted on 07-14-21 11:23 AM     [Snapshot: 205]     Reply [Subscribe]
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https://thehimalayantimes.com/nepal/sons-daughters-equal-rights-parental-property/

Are you getting some property?
 
Posted on 07-14-21 11:33 AM     [Snapshot: 217]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Even if they are married .. can they claim parental property ?? Plzz answer
 
Posted on 07-14-21 1:05 PM     [Snapshot: 276]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Yes. And why not? They are also children of the same parents.
 
Posted on 07-14-21 5:21 PM     [Snapshot: 378]     Reply [Subscribe]
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How the fcuk you u guys know ? R u bastards some kind of pantomath or what ??
 
Posted on 07-14-21 8:53 PM     [Snapshot: 417]     Reply [Subscribe]
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It does not hurt to be polite.

Yes, I remember many years back this law was passed. In all fairness, if a married son gets ancestral property the married daughter should too. That was the logic being used.
 
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Chicagoan so u mean all married women in Nepal can claim for parental property if they want it ?? What if they the family member has a son who is still alive and mareied ??
 
Posted on 07-14-21 11:41 PM     [Snapshot: 481]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@sanaklaal yes even if they are married, they can still claim on their parental property. Dude if anything, the son who's alive and married can ask his wife to claim on her parental property. Just share your parents property with your sister/ sisters. Don't be stingy. And just because you are asking the same thing over and over doesn't mean that you'll get any different answer.
 
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Goddess of Wealth - Laxmi
Goddess of Wisdom - Saraswati
Goddess of Power - Durga

यत्र नार्यस्तु पूज्यन्ते रमन्ते तत्र देवता:।
यत्रैतास्तु न पूज्यन्ते सर्वास्तत्राफला: क्रिया:।

Where Women are honored, divinity blossoms there, and where ever women are dishonored, all action no matter how noble it may be, remains unfruitful.
 
Posted on 07-15-21 9:03 AM     [Snapshot: 587]     Reply [Subscribe]
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It used be the case only if she wasnt married until the age of 35. I dont think it has changed.
 
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This discriminatory law was overridden by a new law which treats son and daughters equally regardless of marital status.
 
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आफु बोकाम्यान अनि दिदि बैनीले लैजाने भयो भनि डराएर कसैले अर्को उत्तर दिन्छ कि भन्ने आशामा धागो तन्किदै छ | तिम्रा बुढी छन् भने उनले पनि पैत्रिक सम्पत्ति पाउछिन |
 
Posted on 07-16-21 2:33 AM     [Snapshot: 837]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Looks like the act was passed in 2017. So it depends if the daughter was already married or not before the act.read this :due to the increasing voice against the gender quality in property distribution, now the provision under the Chapter 13 of Partition, daughters are provided with equal eligibility in parental property on the basis of the number of alive bodies.[10] However, the sub-clause of the same clause has mentioned that the daughters who are already married during the formulation of such act, cannot claim for their parental property.

 


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