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Domestic Violence Laws In India

Introduction In rural Haryana, India, researchers conducted a cross-sectional study on gender-based violence against men. A year’s worth of data was collected throughout this investigation in 2012. A total of 1000 married males between the ages of 21 and 49 …

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Family Court Act 1984 – An Overview

Introduction The Family Court Act 1984 was enacted for the establishment of Family Courts with an aim to promote conciliation and speedy settlement of disagreement relating to marriage and family affairs and for related matters. The enactment of this Act …

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Gender Inequality In Hindu And Muslim Law In India

Introduction There are many different types of religions in India. India is a secular state with different morals, religions, languages, and beliefs. To provide justice to people with different personal beliefs there are set of laws. One of them is …

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Triple Talaq And Shah Bano Case

Abstract In the given article we are going to talk about instant triple talaq. Triple talaq has many names like talaq-E-biddat, talaq-E-mughalazah, irrevocable divorce. Triple talaq is a form of Islamic divorce that is used by Muslim men in India, …

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Dower In Muslim Law

Introduction: What is Dower, its Purpose and Importance In the Islamic legal system, marriage is a civil ‘contract’, which means that it is a secular bond of two competent individuals, where the groom makes the proposal (ijab) and the bride …

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What Is Talaq Under Muslim Law? How Talaq Is Made?

Introduction Marriage is an institution, which in the due course of evolution, has transformed into providing determinate and legitimate recognition to the relationship between two individuals. Under the Muslim Law, the nature of Muslim marriages can be traced back to …

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Inheritance Is Never In Abeyance – Explain

Introduction: In legal parlance, inheritance is the devolution of a deceased owner’s properties to his closed legal heirs. Such devolution will be predicated upon the testament, or with reference to the prescription of law, qua absence of the will. Therefore, …

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Classes Of Heirs Under Sunni Law

Introduction Unlike Hindu Law, in Muslim Law inheritance is not a birthright.  An heir does not become the legal heir of the property of his ancestor until her/his ancestor dies, nor can he claim any share till the ancestor lives.  …

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