India – Whether Sitaram Joshi Was The Legally Adopted Son Of Jagannath Joshi And Moni Debi?


India – Whether Sitaram Joshi Was The Legally Adopted Son Of Jagannath Joshi And Moni Debi?

Whether Sitaram Joshi was the legally adopted son of Jagannath Joshi and Moni Debi.? 3) Whether defendant No.1 Rajendra Prasad Shewda was the legally adopted son of Gomati Debi and whether the gift deed executed by Gomati Debi in favour of defendant No.1 was legal and valid? = The letter dated 20.7.1945 (Exb.2) does not lead to any clear/firm conclusion with regard to the adoption of Sitaram and had been rightly discarded by the High Court.

In the above conspectus of facts the evidence of the plaintiff regarding the adoption of her husband stands isolated and cannot, on its own, sustain a positive conclusion that her husband Sitaram was adopted by Jagannath. If the suit property was owned by Moni Debi and not by Jagannath and Sitaram was not the adopted son of Moni Debi and Jagannath it must be held that the suit property devolved on Gomati on the death of Moni Debi.

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