Under Muslim law, divorce or Talaq unlike marriage or nikah,
dissolve the sacred marital tie between a husband and wife. It is done only by
the husband either by single or three successive pron...
The manager or superintendent of the waqf is known as the 'Mutawalli'. Such a
nominee has no powers to sell or exchange or mortgage the waqf property without
the prior permission of the court, ...
In Arabic, 'maintenance' translates to Nafqah. It's a term that refers to "what
one spends on their family." In law terms, Nafqah encompasses three key things:
food, clothing, and...
A Will is a declaration by the owner about how his property will be distributed
after his death. One can make his Will either orally or in writing. A Will takes
effect upon the death of the tes...
Islam places a significant emphasis on the preservation of a person's
identity, including their lineage. Changing a child's name or attributing false
parentage is discouraged. It's essential be...
Marriage and Divorce of Muslim Law
Marriage is called out Nikah (union of sexes)
Contract between two parties for the purpose
Legalising sexual inter...
Introduction of Muslim Law:
Muslim law is divine law as opposed to man-made law which is passed by legislatures.
Concept of oneness of God, unlike Hindus who believe in the plurality of god...
According to Prophet Mohammad, the Muslim Law is a commandment of God and the
sovereign in the Muslim states and it is his (Muslims) duty to follow it
literally. Islam means peace b...
Talaq is an Arabic word, which means "loosing or untying the knot" (Imam Raghib).
In the terminology of lawyers, Talaq means, by uttering certain words, the
Marriage in Hindu society is more than a simple ritual, it's sacramental in
nature. Since it's considered sacramental in Vedic times marriage is considered
more religious, hence there was no co...