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Permanent Child Custody
  • By: Adv. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar
  • Date: 26 August 2021
  • Child Custody
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“Legal Custody”, in a family law context, is a type of Child Custody that grants a parent the right to make long-term, important decisions regarding their children.

Child Custody under Christian and Parsi Law

By: Admin Child Custody 17 September 2020

Child custody is the legal right which is given to the child’s mother or father at the time of divorce proceedings or judicial separation to look after the child. Child custody is the process of controlling, caring...
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Joint Custody of Child in India

By: admin Child Custody 20 September 2019

The concept of guardianship and custody is challenging to our judiciary system for many years and has destroyed the lives of children at a tender age. The trend of guardianship and custody shows the archaic and patriar...
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Points to be Noted for Child Custody to Father

By: admin Child Custody 29 July 2019

Essential points for Child Custody by Father. Generally, chances of full custody for fathers are good, only when mother has left a child alone in father's care for an extended period, and basically if she was absent from child's life for that time....
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Juvenile Justice Act, 2000

By: admin Child Custody 10 July 2019

The parliament of India has passed the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 with various debate, protest and intense controversy of its provisions by the fraternity of Child Rights. It came ...
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Child Custody Under Muslim Law

By: admin Child Custody 12 April 2019

The right to a child's custody is given solely to a mother till she is as fit guardian under Muslim personal law, this is called the power of Hizanat also it can be enforced against any person including the father....
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