MUSLIM LAW

Muslim Daughter’s Share. ( Hanafi Law of Inheritance )

On the death of a Muslim father or mother the daughter gets ½ share, if there is no son.

If there is a son daughter gets 1/3 share.

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Muslim Son’s Daughter’s Share. ( Hanafi Law of Inheritance )

When there is a son, other predeceased son’s daughter gets no share.
If there are two daughters and no son , son’s daughter is excluded.

If there is no son, daughter, higher son’s son or higher son’s daughter, then predeceased son’s daughter gets ½ share.

If there is only one daughter then son’s daughter gets 1/6 share and the daughter gets ½ share, provided there is no son.

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Muslim daughter-in-law. ( Hanafi Law of Inheritance )

Widow of pre-deceased son has no share in father-in-law’s or mother-in-law’s estate.

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Muslim Father. ( Hanafi Law of Inheritance )

When a Muslim child dies father is entitled to 1/6 share, when there is a child or child of a son.

When there is no child left by the deceased married daughter, her husband gets ½ and father gets remaining ½ as residue.

Father gets 2/3 if only mother is left who takes 1/3.

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Muslim Mother. ( Hanafi Law of Inheritance )

When daughter or son dies mother gets 1/6 share if there is a child or a child of the deceased son.

If the deceased is the married daughter, her mother gets 1/6 and father gets 1/3, if there are neither children nor brothers or sisters. The husband gets ½ share.

If the deceased is the son, his widow gets 1/4, mother gets ¼ and father gets ½ share (if there are no children left)
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Muslim Wife ( Hanafi Law of Inheritance )

When there is a child or child of a son, then wife gets 1/8 share.

When there is no child or child of a son wife gets ¼ share.

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