August 2019 28
Husband to pay for annulment
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The Supreme Court recently upheld a Kerala High Court judgment that held that where the marriage happened to be annulled or declared null and void due to some mischief or wrong committed by the husband,

August 2019 28
Its Not Rape
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If a woman continues to maintain a physical relationship with a man for a long time despite knowing it won’t fructify in marriage, she cannot accuse him of rape on the ground that he made

August 2019 21
Judicial Separation
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Judicial Separation in India A process adopted by the court to give time to the couple to have introspection about their troubled relationship. The concept of Judicial separation ceases co-habitation amongst the parties to the

August 2019 15
Triple Talaq
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TRIPLE TALAQ The new law [The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019] makes ‘talaq-e-biddat (Triple Talaq)‘ or any other similar form of talaq having the effect of instantaneous and irrevocable divorce pronounced

August 2019 15
Mediation
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Mediation Matrimonial disputes are related with emotions, feelings, ego, and psychological reasons. You would not deny that most difficult thing is to predict the nature and behavior of other human being. We all have tendency

August 2019 15
Live-in Relationship
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LIVE-IN-RELATIONSHIP Despite being immensely widespread in mostly western countries, the social structure of India is excessively different. There is no discretion given to the society to accept the change but It was a need of

August 2019 15
Child Custody Law in India
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Child Custody Child custody law in India is governed by the Guardians and Wards Act 1890 and the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act 1956. The Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act states that the natural guardian

August 2019 15
Annulment of Marriage
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A petition for the annulment of marriage is moved on certain grounds specified in various matrimonial laws. Once a petitioner is successful in proving its case, marriage is declared null and void. Resultantly, the court