Abolition of Limited Estate in The Light of Hindu Succession Act, 1956

The privilege of possession of title is significant for one’s opportunity and advancement. In ancient times, the rule of inequality prevailed in society, owing to which females could not avail of their fundamental right of property. But in today’s era, females enjoy certain freedoms. However, many women do not meet their privilege, either because they are uneducated or are ignorant of their legal rights.

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Adoption under Hindu Law

It’s not rocket science to predict that our country’s future lies on our young ones’ shoulders, and the government takes adequate measures to maintain their safety. In doing so, government and judicial authorities focus on the adoption laws of children. It’s unfortunate to see that on one side, we have children who get all the necessities, their guardians adequately feed them, they are provided with every amenities, starting from clothes to education. Moreover, they are loved.

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Need For Codification of Muslim Personal Law

Islam is one of the oldest religions in the world. This religion originally originated from Arabic countries but now it is being followed by the people of most of the countries in the world. Unlike the personal laws of other religions, the Muslim law in India is largely uncodified. This means that there is no law enacted by the legislature of the state to govern the Islamic religion in India.

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Marriage: Under Muslim Law

According to Muslim law, Marriage/Nikah is a contract signifies a permanent relationship, based on mutual consent of the parties, and to undertake the followings Rights and Duties arising out of the contract.Marriage is the matrimonial relation or wedlock which permits the sexual activities between the male and the female, having an objective for the procreation of the child, family and satisfying other basic desire of human for the welfare of the society. These objectives are considered to be fundamental entities for the development of the human race.Like other religions in India, Islam is a strong advocate of marriage, the only way to indulge in sexual intercourse between a woman and a man is through marriage. It is said that there is no celibacy in Islam.

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