Monthly Archives: August 2019

Basics to Judiciary

Courts play an important role in the functioning of the country and in providing justice to the people of the country. Every individual needs to follow the laws of the country which is interpreted by the Judiciary i.e. Courts. Judiciary resolves the disputes and ensures justice by applying the laws. Majorly, the Courts in divided


Divorce in Islam in India is governed by Muslim Personal Laws and may be initiated both by husband and wife. Types of Divorce Under the Muslim Law, the dissolution of marriage can be of various types and can be initiated by: I. By Husband: Talaq: This means freedom from the ties of the marital bond


INTRODUCTION: In a recent appeal heard by the Supreme Court of India, the Court declared that in order to make a person punishable under Section 3(2)(v) of the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities Act), 1989. It is necessary that the offence should have been committed because the victim belonged to the SC/ST.


Introduction: Contested Divorce The next category of divorce is the contested divorce. In this type of divorce, the party who wants to nullify the marriage brings a suit of divorce in action in front of the Court. Section 13 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 deals with the concept of divorce. It specifies the grounds


Introduction Marriage is a sacred alliance not just between two individuals but between two families. However, sometimes after marrying you feel that you are not compatible with your spouse. Therefore, a person can opt for divorce if he/she wants to end a marriage. The laws related to divorce are as important as any other law.


Why Divorce? Just Stay Separated Blissful marital life is a sheer result of unconditional love, faith, belief, passion, and determination between couples who ensure to stay together in every phase of life. But things turn out ugly when both the spouse’s experience lack of interest, mistrust, misunderstandings, differences, etc. amongst one another. Unfortunately, this results

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