C. N. Arunachala Mudaliar vs C. A. Muruganatha Mudaliar and Ors.

In the present case, the testator made a will of his self-acquired properties or separate properties in favour of his son and some properties were given to the female members.

The original will state that “sons were to enjoy properties with absolute rights with power of alienations such as gift etc. from son to grandson on the death of grandfather the grandson demands the partition of properties in the hand of his Father (Defendant No1, which he acquired through a will).

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