Alienation refers to the transfer of property. For eg: sales, gifts, mortgages, etc.
nor any other Copercaner has the absolute full power of alienation over the joint family property or over his interest in such property.
Property alienations have an added importance in Hindu law, as, usually neither the Karta
a Coparcener has the alienation right over his right in the alienation property.
However, under the Dayabhaga school
Neither the Mitakshara nor the Smritikars conferred any sort of power of alienation to the Coparceners over their undivided interest in the joint family property.
When the joint family property passes into the hands of such Coparcener, it turns into separate property
provided that such Coparcener is sonless.
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