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EMPTION, No. 38, 3 A.L.J. 646. II.

(25) Construction of — Members of a Hindu
family other than the recorded member, oo-
sharers for purposes of pre-emption. — See PRE-
EMPTION, No. 32, 3 A.L.J. 641, II.

(26) * 'Rights amongst co-sharers based on cus-
tom or contract" — Construction of document,
—See PRE-EMPTION, No. 41, A.W.N. (1906),

' 808, II.

(27) Resumption of land re-appearing from
river bed.— Sec LIMITATION ACT, No, 3, 168

' P.L.R. 1906, II, Sup.

(28)— silent as to nature of custom— No alle-

\ gation as to nature of custom inplaint — Appli-

! cabilityof MahoraedanLaw.— See PRE-EMP-

I TION, No. 5, 2. A.L.J. 482 = A.W.N. (1905),

190, II.

(29) (construction— Co-sharers in the village.
—See PRE-EMPTION, No. 9, 2 A.L. J. 833, II.

(30) Rights of Zemindars in respect of house
I sites and grove lauds.— See LANDLORD AND

TENANT, No. 9, A.W.N. (1906), 307 = 4 A.L.
J. 38, III.

(31) Construction of — Contract or custom. —
Sec PRE-EMl^ION. No. 4, 3 A.L.J. 850= A.

; W. N. (1907), 17, III.

(32) Permission to tenants to transfer of
• materials — Sale of house in execution of decree

—Rights of purchaser-.See LANDLORD AND
TENANT, No. 6, 10 O.G. 4, III.

(33) Evidentiary value of chakwar wajib-ul-
arz— Conflict between earlier and later— See
PRE-EMPTION, No. 13, 44 P.R. 1907, III.

(34) Construction of, — whether record of cus-
tom or contract.— See PRE-EMPTION, No. 28,
A.W.N. (1907), 285, III.

(35) Ownership of resumed muafi land.— See
PRE-EMPTION, No. 22, A.W.N. (1907), 173.
III.

WaJibul-an(Na^piir).

(1) CI. XI— Construction of — regarding the
sale of a house.— 1 N.L.R. 93, 1, 929.



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(1) Suit regarding— Private dispute regarding
rights of 3ftt/ttw?a/Ws/iip— Necessity for sanction
of Advocate-Oeneral— Suit under S. 639. Civil
Procedure Code.— See CIVIL PRO. CODE, No.
274, 9 C.W.N. 161, I.

(2)— tying up property for family aggrandise-
ment under the garb of, repugnant to Maho-
medean Law.— See MAHOMEDAN LAW
(WAKF), No. 8. 4 C.L.J. 442, II.

Wakfnamah.

Suit for setting aside a substantial dedication
— Evidence to show that there was no intention
to give effect to the trusts, irrelevancy of. — See
MAHOMEDAN LAW (WAKF), No. 1, IOC.
W.N. 449, II.

WaetolABd.

Presumption as to possession of. — See RES
JUDICATA, No. 8, 9 O.C. 82, II.



Water.

Right of lower
unimpeded flow of .-
No. 1, 8 Bom. L.R.

Water (OM of).



riparian proprietor to the
■See RIPARIAN RIGHTS,
87, U.



— in a natural stream — Riparian owners >
rights and duties of.— See EASEMENTS, No.
6, 8 L.B.R. 23, I.

Water ooorte.

(1) Alteration of — Opening of new channel so
as to carry water from the defendant's land in-
to a particular portion of plaintiff's land —
Material alteration — Remedy — Injunction . —
See INJUNCTION, No. 2, 28 M. 16, I.

(2) Illegal obstruction of, right to injunction
on.— See INJUNCTION, No. 3, 4 C.L.J. 370, II.

Wellii

Construction of— by mortgagee^ -Liability of
mortgagor to pay cost of such construction
when mortgagee has purchased a portion of the
equity of redemption.— See MORTGACiE (KK-
DEMPTION). No. 10, 3 A.L.J. 435, IL

Widow.

(1) Power of adoption conferred on, when be-
comes incapable of execution. — See HINDU
LAW (ADOPTION), No. 9, 4 C.L.J. 357, 11.

(2) Decree against, in fair trial, whether binds
reversioners.— See ESTOPPEL, No. 2, 6 C.L.

J. 621, III.

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Widow re-marriage.

Widow acquiring right in occupancy holding
— Effect of re-marriage — Mistake of law. — See
ACT II OF 1901 (AGRA TENANCY), No. 3, 4
^ A.L.J. 475, III.

I Widow Re-marriage Act.

i See ACT XV OF 1R56.

I Will.

I (1)— oi an illiterate person— Insertion of
' certain provisions without testator's know-
i ledge— Validity of such a will— Application

for probate — Probate for portion of will. — 1 C.

L.J. 109, 1, 980.

(2) Construction of will—* Absolutely '—Re-
pugnancy iri words. — 1 Bom. L.R. 286=29 B.
875, 1, 931.

(8) Maintainability of suit for cancellation of
— during the life-time of the testator. — 27 A.
14, I, 931.

(4) Probate— Capacity of testator— Know-
ledge and approval— Burden of proof. — 7 Bom.
L.R. 175, I, 982.

(5) Proof of execution— Minority — Sound dis-
posing mind.— 7 Bom. L.R. 92, 1, 982.

(6) Executors— Powers to dispose of property
— Rights of creditors or legatees — Executors
applying testator's property tot their own pri-
vate purposes — Mortgage by an executor who is
also a residuary legatee — Residuary legatee—
Mortgage from an executor who is a residuary
legatee, claims as between. — 7 Bom. L.R. 407,
1. 933.

(7) Genuineness of, method of procedure
followed in ascertaining — Judgment of positive
evidence from standpoint of opinion formed
about, contents of- Legality of procedure. —
9 C.W.N. 649=16 M.L.J. 265 (P.C.), I. 934.

(8) Construction of — Trust — Provision that
devisee should not have power to dismiss
certain servants.— A.W.N. (1906), 228-2 A.L.
J. 637, I, 934.

(9) Interpretation of— Bequest of income of
immoveable property — Corpus. — 2 A.L.J. 668,
I, 934.

(10)— Construction of Will— •' Such. "—8
Bom. L.R. 122-30 B. 493, II, 988.

(11) Will— Execution— Solicitor— Executor
preparing and attesting will — Clause permit-
ting him to charge for professional and other
services — Proof — Onus— Independent advice —
Fiduciary relation — Deed referred to in will —
Probate— Succession Act (X of 1865), S. 61.—
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680=15M.L.J.271=8 A.L.J. 68=32 LA. U2,
U, 939.

(12) Disposition, nature of— Bevooability.—
8 C.L.J. 870, II. 989.

(18) Construotion of— Meaning ol the term
* la-bham ' used in a will— Demonstrative lega-
tees, right of, to resort to general asaate.— 29
M. 156,11, 940.

(14) Suit for administration, obtaining pro-
bate of will constitutes part of the cause of
action in a— Ck)urt granting probate, competen-
cy of, to determine the validity of the will —
executor estopped from impeaching will. — 1
M.L.T. 7= 16 M.L.J. 288^29 M. 289, II, 941.

(15) Oonstructioii— -Gift over.— 8 Bom. L.B.
615, II, 942.

(16) Income given for life, but property liable
to be devised by will by the donee— Effect of
the power.— 8 Bom. L.R. 921, II. 948.

(17) Execution under pressure— Free agency
— ^Importunity— Indian Succession Act X of
1865, S. 48, illus. (g) and (/»).— 11 G.W.K. 824,
III, 860.

(18) Construction of— Bequest ** for purposes
of popular usefulness or for purposes of chari-
ty'' is void for uncertainty— Charitable purposes
if mixed with other indefinite purposes, the
whole gift fails.— 9 Bom. L.R. 560=81 B. 588,
III, 861.

(19)— speaks from the date of death — Hindu
wills, loss of the original — admission of tes-
tator — Presumption tis to destruction and
revocation of wills in India and under English
law.— 8 A.L.J. 747 = A.W.N. (1906) 295=29 A.
82, III, 861.

(20) Construction of the word ** dharma*' in
bequests.— 2 M.L.T. 198 = 17 M.L.J. 879=80 M.
340, lU, 862.

(21) Construction of— Right to sue by the
brother of the testator who was prohibit-
ed by the will from interfering with the latter's
affairs — Trial of issue on private matters not
relevant to the suit.- 189 P.R. 1907, III. 862.

(22) Election by legatee under will, effect of—
Estoppel -Construction of.— See ESTOPPEL,
No. 8 ; See, also, HINDU LAW (WILL), No.
2. 9 C.W.N. 809, I.

(28) Construction of — by a Khoja Mahome-
dan— Gift to a class.— See ADMINISTRATION,
No. 1,29 B. 138, L

(24) Construction of— Defeasance. — See HIN-
DU LAW (ADOPTION), No. 7. 1 C.L.J.
270. 1.



WUL— (ConcHftM).

(25) Mahomedan— Ctt/cAi Afomons— Attesta-
tion, validity of— without.— See MAHOME-
DAN LAW (WILL). No. 2. 7 Bom. L.B.
558,1.

(26) Powers of alienation of executor restricted
by.— See ACT V OP 1881 (PROBATE). No. 14,
3 C.L.J. 260, U.

(27) Capacity of a minor to make a. -See
MINOR, No. 1, 16 M.L.J. 185, II.

(28) — by a BeUi KhtUri in favour of a son bom
of a union between the testator and a Brahmini
whom he married— Validity of such will.— See
CUSTOM, No. 4, 77 P.L.R. 1906, II.

(29) Effect of —registration of a — properly ob-
tained.— See REGISTRATION, No. 2, 33 C.
537=8 C.L.J. 849 = 10 C.W.N. 522, D.

(80) Application by legatee for Letters of Ad-
ministration — Letters of Administration limit-
ed to that legacy alone granted with a copy of
the will annexed — Suit by another legatee in
respect of his legacy— Right of suit. — See ACT
X OP 1865 (SUCCESSION), No. 14, 10 C.W.
N.864,U.

(81) Attesting witnesses ignorant of the con-
tents—Validity of will.— See MAHOMEDAN
LAW (WILL), No. 1, 10 O.C. 209, lU.

(82)— due execution and attestation of — Ac-
knowledgment of execution— What amounts to
attestation— Indian Succession Act, S. 50 —
Hindu Wills Act.— See PROBATE, No. 1, 6
C.L.J. 453, III.

Withdri^walofMit

(1)— With liberty to bring fresh suit— AppU-
cation of limitation to second suit. — See CIV.
PRO. CODE, No. 230, 7 Bom. L.R. 90. 1.

(2) Decree in first Court on agreement of
parties— Appeal by plaintiff— Withdrawal of
suit on appeal without permission of Court,
effect of, on decree of first Court.— See CIV.
PRO. CODE, No. 282, 29 B. 13, 1.

(3) Application for — with permission to bring
a fresh suit — Effect upon subsequent suit when
application refused and suit dismissed. — See
CIV. PRO. CODE, No. 26, 8 O.C. 389, I.

Wiinett.

(1) Discrediting— for general reasons not
affecting his particular credit — Mistake of Law
—Second appeal.— See APPEAL (SECOND),
No. 8, IN.L.R. 31, L

(2) Refusal of commission for examination
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ought to be ezeroised.—See GIV. PRO. CODE,
No. 285, 28 M. 28, 1.

(8) Statement of — When privileged.— See
SLANDER, No. 1, 9 C.W.N. 847, I.

(4) Right of person snnunoned as — under S.
36 of the Indian Insolvency Act to appear by
Counsel to show that the summons is prejudi-
cial to his interests.— See INSOLVENCY, No.
1, 8 Bom. L.R. 85, U.

(5) — refreshing memory by document, effect
of.— See TRADE-MARK, No. 2, 4 C.L.J. 268,
II.

Words.

(1) *'In future*'in a Wajib-ul-arxy relating to
pre-emption, construction of the words. — See
PRE-EMPTION, No. 6, 2 A.L.J. 6, 1.

(2) Meaning of "other cases** in S. 872.— See
CIVIL PRO. CODE, Nos. 228 and 227, 9 C. W.
N. 171, I.

Worship.

Right of, if heritable and devisable — Aliena-
tion of right of.— See HINDU LAW (RELI-
GIOUS ENDOWMENTS), No. 1, 11 C.W.N.
782, III.

Written Statement.

(1) Claim for set-off in a payment of Court-
fees for.— See CIV. PRO. CODE, No. 86, IOC.
W.N. 199, II.

(2)— not signed or verified— Objection to, taken
on appeal, after case fought out on merits. — See
CIV. PRO. CODE, No. 81, 11 C.W.N. 871, HI.

Wrong^ioep.

Possession of wrong-doer, not to be construc-
tively extended over lands not actually in his
possession.— See PARTITION, No. 6, 12 C.W.
N. 127, IIL

TeftPly Tenaney.

Incident of — Creation of interests in land.

See LANDLORD AND TENANT, No. 19, 7
Bom. L.R. 27, I.

ZaUdari.

(1) Claim of a candidate of the prevailing
tribe in a sail— Superior right.— 2 P.W.R. 1907
(Rev.), m, 864.

(2) Zaildari— Punjab Land Revenue Act
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dari — Appointment of an unqualified candi-
date as saildar not allowed.— 3 P.W.R. 1907
(Rev.), III. 864.

74iniibar Orders in Council, 1884 and 1897.

See PROBATE, No. 1, 8 Bom. L.R. 725, II.
Zemindar and Inamdar.

Necessity for exchange of pattaand muchilika
—Act VIII OF 1865— Applicability of sum-
mary provisions.— See ACT VIII OP 1865
RENT RECOVERY (MADRAS), No. 2, 17
M.L.J. 473. lU.

Zemindar and ryot.

Right to trees on ryots' holdings under
Zemindar.— See CIV. PRO. CJODE, No. 311,
16 M.L.J. 8, II.

Zemindari tenant.

Presumption that, has occupancy rights —
Rebuttal.-. See LANDLORD AND TENAN T,
No. 22, 16 M.L.J. 557, II.

Zerait or Kamat lands.

Landlord and tenant — Suit for ejectment —
Burden of proof — Acquisition of occupancy
rights.- See ACT VIII OP 1885 (BENGAL
TENANCY), No. 83, 1 C.L.J. 456, I.

Zurpeshgidar.

Suit for arrears against occupancy-tenants —
Zurpeshgidar of a portion of the holding not
liable for the rent of entire holding. — See
RENT. No. 6,1 C.L.J. 136, I.

Znrpeshgilease.

(1) Suit for redemption by mortgagor-
Equitable set-off by Zurpe$hgidar^SvLTp\uB re-
ceipts, payment of mortgage-money from.— Bee
MORTGAGE (REDEMPTION), No. 20, 2 C.
L.J, 78=82 0. 576, L

(2) A raiyat taking— construed as cultivating
lease — Occupancy, right of, whether can arise.
—See ACT VHI OP 1885 (BENGAL TEN-
ANCY), No. 15, IOC. W.N. 851, II.

(3) Possession not delivered to mortgagee —
Suit for recovery of possession dismissed — Suit
for compensation.— See LIMITATION ACT,
No. 83, 4 A.L.J. 249, III.

(4) Rent realised by Zurpeshgidar after expiry
of lease, suit for recovery of.— See LIMITATION
ACT, No. 64, 11 C.W.N. 862. IIL



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