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Family Law - I (Hindu Law) - April/May 2011 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Scope of Hindu Law
Short Coparcenary
Short Monogamy
Short Judicial separation
Short Maintenance penden elite
Short Requisites of valid adoption
Short Notional partition
Short Classes of heirs
Long Explain the sources of Hindu Law.
Long What are the essential conditions of Hindu Marriage?
Long What are the remedies available to parties to an unhappy marriage under Hindu Marriage Act?
Long Explain the fundamental changes brought about by Hindu Succession Act, 1956.
Problem A Hindu widow alienated to a stranger a portion of her husbands property for a purpose not binding on the reversioners and then surrendered the remaining property to the next reversioner. Is the surrender valid?
Problem A adopted a son B: A had a son of a pre-deceased son during the time when he adopted B. Is A`s adoption valid?
Problem X was married before she attained 16 years age. She repudiated the marriage before he attained 18 years age. She filed the petition for divorce after attaining 19 years of age. Will X succeed in her petition?
Problem Wife of Mr. X used to abuse him in public and insult him frequently. She threatened to burn herself and bring her husband X into trouble with the police. Mr. X seeks divorce. Advise.
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