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Family Law - I (Hindu Law) - December 2009 - January 2010 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Custom
Short Karta
Short Non-Ajavaharika debt
Short Judicial Separation
Short Effect of adoption
Short Defacto-guardian
Short Dwelling House.
Short Agnates and Cognates
Long Explain the ancient and modern sources of Hindu Law.
Long Explain the essential conditions of a valid Hindu Marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.
Long Discuss the concept of adoption under the old Hindu Law and under the Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act, 1956.
Long Explain the rules of succession to the property of a Hindu male who dies intestate.
Problem A Hindu male married to a Christian female without solemnizing the ceremonies. Is it a valid marriage under Hindu Marriage Act, 1955? Give reasons.
Problem A Hindu female dies intestate leaving behind her husband, son, daughter and her parents. Distribute the property.
Problem A widow has adopted a son after the death of her husband. Discuss the property right of adopted son in the property of the deceased husband of the adoptive mother under the Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act, 1956 and before passing of the said Act of 1956.
Problem Father, as a natural guardian, lease-out the immovable property of the minor child for 8 (eight) years when the child is of 15 years old. Is it a valid alienation? Decide and give reasons.
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