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Grounds for Judicial Separation and Divorce under Hindu Law 1

Grounds for Judicial Separation and Divorce under Hindu Law

Section 10 of Hindu Marriage Act 1956 (Judicial Separation) must be read with Section 13 of Hindu Marriage Act 1956 (Divorce). Before talking about the grounds on which person can seek JS and Divorce, let us understand the difference between the both. Judicial separation (JS) is different from divorce. Divorce puts an end to the marriage. All…
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March 27, 2018 9
Who Is A Hindu As Per Hindu Law? 2

Who Is A Hindu As Per Hindu Law?

  Please note that this article is very importamt for all the law students because most of us fails to answer this when asked about the same.  – Hindu is not defined anywhere but Hindu marriage act makes it clear who is Hindu and to whom Hindu marriage act 1955 , Hindu succession act 1956…
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March 23, 2018 1

What is Same-day Order?|(order attached)

Section 482 This section gives the inherent power to High Court to give appropriate directions to the lower court.


March 23, 2018 1

Quashing of FIR! (Order attached)

SECTION 482 CrPC & Article 226 Section 482 gives inherent power to the High Court. The High Court may use these powers to quash the FIR or pass any other relevant decision or direction to the lower court related to any case.


March 22, 2018 1
Article 32: Writs 3

Article 32: Writs

  Article 32 of the Constitution : 1. There are four clauses in Article 32. 2. Under article 32 Supreme Court can issue 5 writs. 3. Clause (1) says that for the enforcement of right conferred by the part III of constitution we can approach Supreme Court under article 32. 4. Clause (2) talks about…
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March 22, 2018 1

Nature of valid hindu marriage! (Best explaination)

Best answer for Judiciary preparation as well as LLB students Hindu marriage as per Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 is a ceremonial sacramental marriage and it must be solemnized in accordance with customary rights and ceremonies of one of the two parties and in case essential customary rights and ceremonies of atleast one is not performed…
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March 21, 2018 4