No legality attached to fatwa in respect of ownership in immovable property, not binding on third parties: Delhi High Court

The court has said that recognizing rights of ownership based on a fatwa which has not been examined or sanctioned by a court of law would be contrary to the constitutional scheme.
Triple talaq, Bombay High Court
Triple talaq, Bombay High Court

The Delhi High Court has ruled that no legality is "attached" to a fatwa in respect of ownership in an immovable property and the same is not binding on any third party (Mohd Ashraf vs Abdul Wahid).

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