Marriage law

Married Hindu can marry a Muslim girl without divorce

Bigamy is banned by Section 5 of the Hindu Marriage Act. This section mandates that the marriage of a Hindu is void if he has a spouse living at the time of the marriage. If a married Hindu contracts Nikah with a Muslim girl with or without conversion, the Nikah will be void and he shall be prosecuted under Section 494 IPC for the offence of bigamy.

My sister in law hates my love affair

Personal view or observation of a person does not constitute domestic violence. The proceeding under Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act cannot be initiated against the sister in law who is protesting the marriage of her sister in law with her brother. Such a protest does not amount to mental abuse defined under the DV Act.

I want to marry with my boyfriend at any cost

Marriage is a personal decision of a person. No one can force him to marry if he does not want to. In the Shakti Vahini case the Supreme Court has held that the right to choose a life partner is a fundamental right and no one can compel an adult person to marry with a particular person or a person of his choice.

My boyfriend does not accepting marriage

My boyfriend does not accepting marriage whereas, I solemnised marriage with him in a temple. We were in love for more than six years and we both were agree to marry. After the marriage, we were lived together for three months. We both are adult and working in a multinational company. He is a very...

Section 29: Hindu Marriage Act 1955

Section 29: Savings (1) A marriage solemnized between Hindus before the commencement of this Act, which is otherwise valid, shall not be deemed to be invalid or ever to have been invalid by reason only of the fact that the parties thereto belonged to the same gotra or pravara or belonged to...

Section 28-A: Hindu Marriage Act 1955

Section 28-A: Enforcement of decree and orders All decrees and orders made by the court in any proceeding under this Act shall be enforced in the like manner as the decrees and order of the court made in the exercise of its original civil jurisdiction for the time being are enforced.

Section 28: Hindu Marriage Act 1955

Section 28: Appeal from decrees and orders (1) All decrees made by the court in any proceeding under this Act shall, subject to the provisions of sub-section (3), be appealable as decrees of the court made in the exercise of its original civil jurisdiction, and every such appeal shall lie to the...

Section 27: Hindu Marriage Act 1955

Section 27: Disposal of property In any proceeding under this Act, the court may make such provisions in the decree as it deems just and proper with respect to any property presented, at or about the time of marriage, which may belong jointly to both the husband and the wife.

Section 26: Hindu Marriage Act 1955

Section 26: Custody of children In any proceeding under this Act, the court may, from time to time, pass such interim orders and, make such provisions in the decree as it may deem just and proper with respect to the custody, maintenance and education of minor children, consistently with their...

Section 25: Hindu Marriage Act 1955

Section 25: Permanent alimony and maintenance (1) Any court exercising jurisdiction under this Act may, at the time of passing any decree or at any time subsequent thereto, on application made to it for the purpose by either the wife or the husband, as the case may be, order that the respondent...