In Islamic Law, the principle of Iddat or Iddah is very important. Section 2
of the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce) Act, 1986 (hereinafter
referred to as The Act) talks about the...
This is an article in which author tried to explain various modes and
practices of divorce under Muslim law.
Islam recognizes judicial and extrajudicial divorce. Divorce under Muslim law
Road accidents occur due to multiple causes such as rash and negligent
driving, the use of mobile phones on the go, drunken driving / consumption of
alcohol / drugs, overloaded vehicles, poor...
In the Muslim law of inheritance has a lot a number or fractional parts of
unity to various heirs. It may happen that the fractions when added together may
equal to unity,
Post-divorce or marriage annulment proceedings, the most vital and sensitive
issues that arise are those that relate to child custody. Child custody is a
term used in family law courts to define ...
Dower in Muslim family law it is considered as sum of money or other
property which the wife is entitled to receive from the husband in consideration
Whereas Mahr has been compar...
Communal harmony and religious brotherhood have been observed and sustained
as the sacramental duty by the people of India. Being home to many cultures and
religious faiths led to different per...
Shayara Bano v. Union of India and Ors is a landmark case dealing with
Muslim family law in India decided by the Indian Supreme Court. This is not the
first time that the validity of Triple Tal...
According to Section 122 of Transfer of Property Act, 1882 ‘Gift’ is defined
as the transfer of certain existing moveable and immoveable property made
voluntarily and without consideration, by ...
Human rights essentially indicates equality and no discrimination, but truth be
told, it has not been exactly implemented in that manner. It has been recognized
and in fact, preached all througho...