CONTENTSPART A: HINDU LAWIntroductionApplicability of LawSome Important DefinitionsSources of Hindu Law and Muslim LawCustomary Practices as a Source of LawSchools of Hindu LawDefinition of “Hindu”Doctrine of Factum ValetCustom Under Hindu LawEffects of Conversion Under Hindu LawThe Hindu Marriage Act, 1955IntroductionImportant Definitions Under the ActConditions of a Valid Hindu MarriageEssentials of a Valid Hindu MarriageMarriage Ceremonies Under Hindu LawMatrimonial Remedies Under Hindu LawJudicial Separation’Nullity of Marriage or Void and Voidable MarrigeDivorceCruelty as a Ground for DivorceDesertion as a Ground for DivorceMutual Consent as a Ground for DivorceShort NotesAdoption and Maintenance Under Hindu LawEffects of a Valid AdoptionDoctrine of Relation BackThe Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1956IntroductionTypes and Qualifications of GuardiansPowers of Natural GuardianDe Facto GuardianPrinciple of Welfare of MinorEffects of Conversion of ReligionThe Family Courts Act, 1984PART B: MUSLIM LAWOrigin: Sources and Schools of Muslim LawSchools of Muslim LawDifferences between Sunni and Shia Laws of InheritanceConversion to Islam – Effects of Conversion ABOUT THE BOOKQuick Reference Guide: Q” A Series is a very unique and aberrant concept in lexis Nexis Academics Series. A quick referencer cum revision book, mapped to the syllabus of all universities, focusing on quick conceptual clarity. The QRG series follows a uniform Questions and Answers format which not only helps students to understand a concept quickly but also provides a tool for aiding in last minute rapid revisions.Γ* Case Materials: Key concepts in simple, lucid and easy to understand language supported with relevant case law.Γ* Questions” Answers: Topic wise important questions and answers are provided to enhance the student’s learning skills, problem solving ability and to improve question attempting skills.
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1st Edition , 2014