Part VI deals with woman's property. S. 91 (1) says that any
property acquired by a woman after the commencement of this code shall be her
absolute property. See. 93 says that dowry given on the occasion or as a
condition of or as a consideration for marriage shall be the property of the
woman whose marriage has been solemnised.
Part VII deals with succession.
Chapter I deals with general provision in succession and
Chapter II with the question of 'intestate succession to the property of a Hindu
male, a Hindu woman and a hermit.'
Here See. 117 declares that ' an unchaste wife shall be
disqualified from succeeding to her husband but insists that the right of the
widow to succeed to her husband shall not be questioned on the ground of
Part VIII deals with maintenance.
Part IX provides the power to make rules to carry out the
objects of the code.
Schedules I and II deal with the Acts amended and
repealed respectively' and Schedule III gives the 'statutory form of notice of
marriage.' Schedule IV sets out the statutory form of declaration to be made by
the bridegroom and bride, who propose to contract a civil marriage.