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Procedured Involved in a Family Court Case
  • By: Adv. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar
  • Date: 23 April 2021
  • Family Law
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According to Section 10 of the Family Courts Act,1984, the Family Courts are allowed to evolve their rules of procedure. The Code of Civil Procedure was amended to fulfill the reason behind setting up the Family Courts.

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Land Mark Judgements on Family Law for the Year 2020

By: Adv. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Family Law 02 March 2021

Introduction: Property Claim - No limitation period for a divorced wife to claim property endowed with her husband....
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Rights of husbands in dowry and cruelty-based complaints

By: Adv. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Family Law 03 February 2021

Dowry is one of the greatest social disasters ever confronted by our nation, and no enlightened society ought to endure this, and every effort is made to eradicate this evil practice....
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Division of Assets

By: Adv. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Family Law 12 November 2020

Division of assets, also commonly known as division of property, is one of the most debatable topics in India. Earlier, through the implementation of Hindu Succession Act, 1956 a girl in a particular family was allowed t...
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Hindu Succession Act

By: Adv. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Family Law 14 September 2020

The Supreme Court consisting of the Division Bench of Three Judges before whom the matter was raised on some question of law with regards to The Hindu Succession Act. The Division Bench after considering the matter filed before the court authored a...
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Anticipatory Bail for cases under section 498A of IPC

By: Adv. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Family Law 11 June 2020

The paper today is concerned with: The matter of anticipatory bail under the India Penal Code (IPC) for offences registered under Section 498 A and Sections 3 and 4 of the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act....
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Prenuptial Agreements

By: Adv. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Family Law 24 April 2020

A prenuptial agreement is an official document which is signed by two individuals before getting married. The primary purpose of a prenuptial agreement is to settle financial matters in advance. The agreements are used...
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Hindu Undivided Family (HUF)

By: admin Family Law 17 February 2020

The HUF is an Indian form of business organization that is primarily used for the Joint Hindu Family Business's, governed by the Hindu Law....
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Intestate Succession

By: admin Family Law 12 February 2020

More commonly, the term succession means inheritance. After the death of a particular person, succession follows. The Constitution of India deals with the personal laws and areas like marriage, divorce, partition, success...
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Legal framework for the Elimination of violence against Women in India

By: admin Family Law 22 November 2019

The Indian Constitution grants equality to women by empowering the state to adopt measures of eliminating discrimination and violence against women in India. The constitutional articles that favour the growth of women help to neutralize the cumul...
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International Day for the Elimination of violence against Women

By: admin Family Law 22 November 2019

The United Nations General Assembly has designated November 25th as the International Day for the Elimination of violence against women.

Women's rights activists have observed November 25th as a day against gender-bas...

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