Karta In A Hindu Family

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Karta: The position of the Karta in a Hindu coparcenary is a case of corporate personality. In coparcenary framework albeit every individual from the joint Hindu Family has a few rights and obligations and despite the fact that it is a solitary familial unit, a Joint Hindu Family does not have a different legitimate character and is not a juristic person. It is not fit for holding property and the law does not credit any identity to a Joint Hindu Family. The Karta is overall head of the joint family who manages the entire family property. He has a right to alienate the property and different individuals from the family are under his control. He can sue and be sued for the benefit of the joint family. In juristic terms, he is a corporation sole having a twofold character, i.e., as a natural being he is the eldest individual from the family and as a legal person he is in the capacity of the Karta of the Joint Family.…show more content…
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