Class Notes on Family Law II – Unit V (2nd Sem / 3 year LL.B)

Wills Privileged Wills and Unprivileged Wills – Indian Succession Act Privileged Will A privileged will be a will written by a testator when he is: A soldier employed in an expedition or engaged in actual warfare An airman employed or engaged on expedition or warfare; and A mariner at Sea Requisites May be made orally […]

Class Notes on Family Law II – Unit IV (2nd Sem / 3 year LL.B)

Will and Inheritance: Will – Meaning, Difference between Will and Gift Wills in Mohammedan Law A will is the declaration by the owner as to how his property is to be distributed after his death. A will takes effect on the testator’s death and may be revoked at any time before his death. Revocation need not be […]

Class Notes on Family Law II – Unit III (2nd Sem / 3 year LL.B)

Matrimonial Remedies under Islamic Law and Indian Divorce Act, 1869 (Amended Act) Nullity of marriage – Bar to matrimonial relief Alimony and Maintenance Alimony and Maintenance as an independent remedy A review under Muslim law Indian Divorce Act, 1869 – provisions under the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 Maintenance of divorced Muslim Women under the Muslim Women (Protection […]

Class Notes on Family Law II – Unit II (2nd Sem / 3 year LL.B)

Conversion and its consequences on family Marriage Guardianship Succession Child and Family Legitimacy Custody Maintenance and education Guardianship and parental rights   (more…) Related posts: Class Notes on Family Law II – Unit III (2nd Sem / 3 year LL.B) Class Notes on Family Law I – Unit V (1st Sem / 3 year LL.B) […]

Class Notes on Family Law II – Unit I (2nd Sem / 3 year LL.B)

Development of Islamic Law Introduction Islam means “submission to the will of God and establishment of peace”. Muslim Law had its origin in Arabia, where the Prophet Mohammed started it and the Mohammedan invaders in India brought the religion to India. Before the advent of Islam in Arabia, the Arabians were following various superstitions and […]