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decree for dissolution of marriage.—A woman married under Muslim law shall be entitled to obtain a decree ... following grounds, namely:— —A woman married under Muslim law shall be entitled to obtain a decree for the dissolution
Central Government Act
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Code which far from overriding the Muslim law on the subject protects and applies the same in case where ... divorce by the husband and its consequences under the Muslim law which has been expressly protected by section
Supreme Court of India
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Since monogamy is the law for Hindus and the Muslim law permits as many as four wives in India, errand ... accused a Mohammedan who married her according to Muslim law after converting her to Islam. It was held that
Supreme Court of India
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Muslim woman to be given to her at the time of divorce.— (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in any other law ... marriage or at any time thereafter according to Muslim law; and (d) all the properties given to her before
Central Government Act
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means a Muslim woman who was married according to Muslim law, and has been divorced by, or has obtained divorce ... from, her husband in accordance with Muslim law; (b) “iddat period” means, in the case of a divorced woman
Central Government Act
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custom of the wakf sanctioned by the school of Muslim law to which the wakf belongs. Explanation.—For the removal ... scheme has been made by any court of law, whether before or after the commencement of this Act. (2) Without
Central Government Act
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other objects of public utility sanctioned by the Muslim law; (b) “benefit” does not include any benefit which a mutawalli ... immovable property for any purpose recognised by the Muslim law as pious, religious or charitable and includes— (i) a wakf
Central Government Act
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amount due to her on divorce under the Muslim law applicable to the parties. The important feature of the case ... operation of Section 125 CrPC on the ground that Muslim law exempted from any responsibility for his divorced wife beyond
Supreme Court of India
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Central Government Act Section 4 in The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce) Act, 1986 4. Order for payment ... inherit her property on her death according to Muslim law to pay such reasonable and fair maintenance
Central Government Act
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wakf as are sanctioned by the school of Muslim law to which the wakf belongs. (3) Save as otherwise expressly
Central Government Act
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