The battle among UK-based Hinduja brothers has reached the High Court of England. The eldest brother, Srichand, represented by his daughter Vinoo, wants the court to declare illegal a letter in which the four Hinduja brothers “appoint each other as their executors”. The other three brothers maintain that their group is collectively-owned — “everything belongs to everyone and nothing belongs to anyone”.
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First Published: Wed, June 24 2020. 22:27 IST
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