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Legal provisions that every woman should know to stay safe at homes

Submitted by asandil on Thu, 04/24/2014 - 19:02

Down home viciousness is an example of conduct that incorporates the injurious conduct by a male person against a female during marriage, dating, cohabitation or anywhere else. It is otherwise called local ill-use, battering, spousal ill-use, family roughness, dating misuse, and personal accomplice viciousness. Frequently, domestic violence and ill-use is not just constrained to physical viciousness.

Goodwill is the best way to resolve a family property dispute

Submitted by asandil on Thu, 04/24/2014 - 18:54

“To put the world right in order, we must first put the nation in order; to put the nation in order, we must first put the family in order; to put the family in order, we must first cultivate our personal life; we must first set our hearts right.” -Confucius

Debate and disputes around the relatives are a common sight in India, recognizing the way that the joint family framework still exists. Generally in India, the question harvests up when there is no clear division as to the responsibility for property.

Laws and legal provisions related to the registration of marriage

Submitted by asandil on Wed, 04/23/2014 - 19:33

A Supreme Court Bench headed by Hon’ble Justice Arijit Pasayat, has directed all states and union territories to come up with a proper legislation within three months making registration of marriages compulsory. The Hon’ble Court added that all the citizens of India belonging to various religions are bound to register their marriage in their respective states where the marriage has been solemnized. Every ceremonial marriage in India now needs to register for the people of all religions and for all the states of India as per the Supreme Court order.

The wives who are financially stable can’t make any claim for maintenance: High Court

Submitted by asandil on Wed, 04/23/2014 - 19:28

Intellectually speaking, there is no law in India that does not have a room to be misused. In the recent past, our legal machinery has proactively worked for the welfare of the women of this nation but the laws that were enacted so many times registered a drastic misuse. As per the information collected by Save Indian Family Foundation 47975 women were arrested for making false use of the most popular 498 a in the year 2012.

The rights of consumer as granted by the law

Submitted by asandil on Tue, 04/22/2014 - 18:17

Right to Safety:

As per the provisions of this right, each and every consumer has the right to be perfectly protected and stay safe against the ways of advertising of different goods and services that may prove to be fatal to life. This right is of paramount importance in terms of buying and selling of life threatening elements.

Right to Information:

Things to consider before going for second marriage

Submitted by asandil on Tue, 04/22/2014 - 18:09

Separation is a traumatic experience for everybody, particularly the concerned couple. The stun, ache and rage of a fizzled marriage can alter your solid standpoint towards social connections. Getting into a relationship after separation is a non-existent alternative for men and ladies, particularly in India. Generally experiencing a passionate turmoil of being a divorcee and taking care of another relationship could be mind boggling and befuddling. The accompanying is a rundown of exhortation which you ought to remember once you are separated.

Second wife is also entitled to alimony in some cases: SC

Submitted by asandil on Tue, 04/22/2014 - 18:01

Human relationship is the most puzzled, complicated and inexpressible affair in which nothing can be predicted. With drastically happening changes in the mind sets of the people and growing level of education and earning capabilities of the women, relations are witnessing a never-before overhaul. In the past two decades, matrimonial affairs have been the most talked about issues in the legal corridors of India.

The inheritance property rights of the children born out of void marriages

Submitted by asandil on Tue, 04/22/2014 - 17:59

The issue of women’s rights to property under Hindu law has always been an argumentative one. Prior, women dependably had constrained rights to property, which returned again to the spouse's siblings on the off chance if she didn't have children. A Hindu lady could appreciate the property in her lifetime, yet she couldn't will it to anybody. Essentially, under standard Hindu law there was no bar to a man entering a second marriage.

A Muslim married under the Special Marriage Act is entitled to bequeath his entire property

Submitted by asandil on Tue, 04/22/2014 - 17:52

The constitution of India gives sufficient flexibility all its citizens including Shias who are a sect of Muslims and succession of their property is governed by Muslim personal (Sharia) law as applicable to Shias in India. The general rule for a Shia Muslim is that such a person may by will, without the consent of his heirs, dispose only up to a third of his entire property which is left after payment of funeral expenses and debts.