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Kerala (International Desk) Kerala’s Kasaragod district witnessed a first-of-its-kind marriage on the occasion of International Women’s Day on March 8, where a couple who married 29 years ago handed over their property and assets to their three daughters. Again pledged his unity to ensure Eminent lawyer and
Actor C Shukkur remarried Dr. Sheena, former vice-chancellor of Mahatma Gandhi University on Wednesday. C. Shakur is best known for his role as a lawyer in the movie Nana Than Kes Kudu (So Me Phir) starring ‘Kanchako Boban’. Her first marriage took place in October 1994 and she was married to Indian Union Muslim League leader Pankid Syed Hyder Ali Shahab Thangal. In Western countries, it is common for couples to renew their vows when they celebrate a milestone anniversary. Even in some Hindu communities, couples “remarry” when the husband turns 60 or 80, but C. Shakur and Dr. Sheena found a special way to re-register their marriage due to certain conditions imposed by Muslim inheritance laws. Because his first marriage was under Sharia law, his daughters received only two-thirds of their father’s property under Muslim personal law, with the rest going to Shakur’s brothers when a male heir was born. To ensure that their property was passed on to their children, the said couple remarried under the Special Marriage Act which states that inheritance of a person’s property under the Indian Succession Act In a Facebook post, C Shakur said she had two experiences in the past, which could having led to her death, which made her think about what she would leave behind for her daughters. And will they inherit all their savings and property? Their concern was that according to the Muslim Personal Law (Sharia) Application Act 1937 and the position of the courts, only two-thirds of a father’s property goes to daughters and the rest goes to their brothers, while they have no sons.