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Family Law - II (Muslim Law and Other Personal Laws) - April/May 2008 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Dower (Mehr)
Short Shariat(application) Act, 1937
Short Mutawalli
Short Wakf Tribunal
Short Intestate Succession
Short Iddat
Short Indian Divorce Act, 1869
Short Muta marriage
Long What are the essential requirements of a valid marriage under Muslim Law?
Long Explain the different modes of Talaq and the legal consequence in Talaq.
Long Define gift. What are the requisites of a valid gift?
Long What are the salient features of Special Marriages Act, 1954?
Problem Mr. Khaleel married one Ms Zaheera in the year 2005 according to Muslim Personal Law. They were living in Hyderabad. On 15-2-2007 Khaleel married once again one Ms Fatima during the life time of his first wife. Ms Zaheera the first wife claiming separate residence and maintenance. What is the legal position?
Problem A Sunni Muslim died an intestate in India leaving behind the property and the legal heirs. Who are his possible legal heirs according to Shariat Law?
Problem A Muslim created a Wakf property to provide merit scholarships to the students who excel in Islamic studies. But the Manager of the Wakf used the property for the benefit of meritorious students in Medical and Engineering. Is the act of the Manager justified?
Problem An Indian Christian died leaving behind his wife, son, daughter, mother, father and sister. At the time of his death the value of the property was Rs. 70000. Distribute the property among the legal heirs as per his personal law.
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