What are the grounds for judicial separation under the Hindu Marriage Act ?

What are the grounds for judicial separation under the Hindu Marriage Act ? Ans. Judicial separation.—Section 10 of the Hindu Marriage Act deals with judicial...

Discuss the properties which are liable for the payment of personal debt of a...

Discuss the properties which are liable for the payment of personal debt of a Hindu?Are sons under pious obligation for the payment of their...

What defences may be taken in answer to a petition for the restitution of...

Write an essay on the Restitution of Conjugal Rights Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. Is it violative...
Hindu Succession Act, 1956

What is the object of Hindu Succession Act, 1956 and explain its main features,...

What is the object of Hindu Succession Act, 1956 and explain its main features, scope and application? Ans. Object...

Family Law – I Hindu CCSU LLB. II Sem. Examination, May 2015 LAW-III Law...

12209 LLB. II Sem. Examination, May 2015 LAW-III

Explain Hindu Women’s estate. Explain its nature and special features.

Explain Hindu Women's estate. Explain its nature and special features. Or Examine the right to the property of a Hindu female under S.14 of...
sources of hindu law

Mention the sources of Hindu Law and point out the relative importance of each.

Mention the sources of Hindu Law and point out the relative importance of each. Ans. Sources of Hindu Law.—It would be convenient to classify the...

Whether ceremonies are necessary fora Hindu marriage ?

Whether ceremonies are necessary for a Hindu marriage ? When is a marriage considered to be complete? Is any ceremony necessary in case of...

What is the difference between will and gifts?

What is the difference between will and gifts? Who is capable of making wills and what property may be bequeathed by will ? Ans. Wills.—A...

What do you mean by adoption ? Illustrates the requirements of a valid adoption...

What do you mean by adoption ? Illustrates the requirements of a valid adoption under Hindu Adoption & Maintenance Act, 1956 ? Or Discuss...