1) under the Dayabhaga, the father is regarded as the absolute owner of his property whether it is self-acquired or inherited from his ancestors.Dayabhaga prevails in West Bengal, Assam, Tripura and in most parts of Orissa whereas Mitakshara is followed in the rest of India.
2) Mitakshara law draws a distinction between ance stral property and self-acquired properties. In the case of ancestral properties, a son has a right to that property equal to that of his fat her by the very fact of his birth.
3)According to Section 8 of the HSA, where a male Hindu governed by Dayabhaga law dies leaving property or where a male Hindu governed by Mitakshara law dies leaving his separate or self-acquired property, Class I heirs will inherit his property and in thei r absence class II heirs of the Schedule.
4) after passing of Hinduu succession amendment act 2005 as far as ancestral properties are concerned hindu governed by Mitakshra law a daughter also acquires right in ancestral property by birth . she can demand partition .
5) under dayabhaga school of law you dont acquire interest in property by birth . hence cannot demand partition during your father lifetime