6 edition of Judicial Separation Under Hindu Law found in the catalog.
Judicial Separation Under Hindu Law
Devinder Kumar Singla
February 26, 2000
by Deep & Deep Publications,India
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||188|
The Court found both the parties at fault, and adopted a middle path by granting a decree of judicial separation under Section 10 of the Hindu Marriage Act, so that the parties might ponder over their differences and re-unite, for the welfare of their daughter. Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage The Law Commission of India as well as judiciary demands the inclusion of irretrievable break down as marriage as a special ground for divorce under Hindu Marriage Act,, as it is felt that due to the technicalities involved in existing theories of divorce it sometimes become complex for parties in seeking separation.
Click to read more about Judicial separation under Hindu law: statutory provisions of the Hindu Marriage Act and judicial approach by Devinder Kumar Singla. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Devinder Kumar Singla. The Hindu Marriage Act, Judicial separation [(1) Either party to a marriage, whether solemnized before or after the commencement of this Act, may present a petition praying for a decree for judicial separation on any of the grounds specified in sub-section (1) of sect and in the case of a wife also on any of the grounds specified in sub-section .
Maintenance For Wife | Financial support for wife, children, parents [ भरण-पोषण] - Maintenance Law - Duration: Legal Help In Hi views Judicial separation is a sort of a last resort before the actual legal break up of marriage i.e. divorce. The reason for the presence of such a provision under Hindu Marriage Act is the anxiety of the legislature that the tensions and wear and tear of every day life and the strain of living together do not result in abrupt break – up of a marital relationship.
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Venereal Disease – Judicial separation is obtainable if the respondent has been suffering from venereal disease in a communicable form. Renunciation of World – Under Hindu law renouncing from the worldly affairs by entering any religious order amounts to civil death and it may amount to desertion of the petitioner.
Under the Hindu law, divorce does not take place unless it has been granted by a court. Before passing of the Marriage Laws (Amendment) Act,the grounds for judicial separation and divorce were different. The Marriage Laws (Amendment) Act, makes the grounds of divorce and judicial separation common.
Judicial Separation under Muslim Law Unlike the Hindu Law, a majority of Muslim personal law has not been codified and the rituals and laws work according to the Holy Quran and the Hadiths.
The Hindu Marriage Act, provides for judicial separation under Section 10 as a mechanism to dissolve the marriage with the provision to keep a one year. Judicial Separation law Section 10 of Hindu Marriage Act provides for judicial separation. It provides that either party to a marriage can file a petition before the Court for such a relief on any of the following grounds.
JUDICIAL SEPARATION SECTION 10 HINDU MARRIAGE ACT Judicial separation is an instrument devised under law to afford some time for introspection to both the parties to a troubled allows an opportunity to both the husband and the wife to think about the continuance of their relationship while at the same time directing them to live.
If a couple is seeking judicial separation they must move a petition in a district court under their respective personal laws, i.e Hindu Marriage Act. The Hindu Marriage Act made a provision for judicial separation and all the grounds listed under in Section 13A of Act for seeking divorce are available for seeking decree for Judicial Separation for both husband and wife which are Adultery, Cruelty, Desertion, Conversion of religion, Insanity, leprosy, Communicable disease, Renunciation.
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Grounds for Judicial Separation 15 Grounds File Size: KB. Judicial Separation is a provision under the Indian marriage laws, wherein both the husband and the wife get an opportunity to introspect about giving a chance to their marriage, before going on with the divorce proceedings.
Under a decree of Judicial Separation, both the parties live separately for a period of time getting adequate space, independence and time to think about.
Get this from a library. Judicial separation under Hindu law: statutory provisions of the Hindu Marriage Act and judicial approach. [Devinder Kumar Singla]. Prior to the amendment in the Hindu Marriage Act, by the Amendment Act offor getting a decree for judicial separation under this clause, it was to be established that the respondent has, for a period not less than one year immediately prior to the presentation of the petition been suffering from virulent form of leprosy.
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Ma Administrator Judicial separation is the last resort taken by the parties to come out of their marriage relationship if they no [ ]. Though the Hindu Marriage Act does not specify how long a judicial separation can last, Section 13 of the Act mentions that, if the separation has lasted for over a year, the couple can seek divorce.
In the case of Manisha Tyagi v. Capt. Deepak Kumar [iv], the husband had alleged cruelty by the wife and sought divorce which was granted by both. Divorce Under Hindu, Muslim and Christian Religions. This note explains the following topics: Divorce under Hindu Marriage Act, Divorce under Muslim Law, Divorce under Christian Law, Shia law, Talaq Hasan, Triple Talaq, Kinds of tafweez, Divorce at the instance of wife, Rules of Khula, Divorce by Mutual Consent, Judicial separation.
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The wife, who has been granted the decree for maintenance under Section 18 of Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, or under Section of Cr.P.C or under Section 24 & 25 of the Hindu Marriage Act,can file a petition under Section 13 for Divorce if the cohabitation between the parties has not taken place even after the lapse of one.