M L SUBBARAYA SETTY DEAD Vs. M L NAGAPPA SETTY DEAD
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
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Y. K. Sabharwal, J. -
(2.)Applications for substitution allowed.
(3.)The dispute in these appeals relates to the partition of the estate of the family of one Lachiah Setty - one of the wealthiest families in the erstwhile Mysore State. The family had extensive business in Coffee and other commodities. The family possessed considerable movable and immovable properties including Coffee estates. Lachiah Setty died in the year 1936. Despite the desire expressed by him that even after his death, his children should live in harmony, united and without any difference as he felt that the vast properties had been acquired on account of the family remaining united the disputes started between brothers within about two years of his death, i.e. in 1938.
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