•         Customary Law - (Punjab) - If the parties are Jats and failing the collateral of 6th degree, the married daughters would succeed - Clause (2) says virgin daughter would exclude collateral - In this case, we have seen that the succession must be taken as opening on the day when the mother went missing in the year 1936, the plaintiff must have been 8 years at that time - That she married  subsequently - Could hardly be material, for, on the basis of custom as shown by the defendant himself, an unmarried daughter would exclude a Collateral. (174) PLR 

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