The Law of marriage and divorce is a comprehensive treatise that is based on marital laws. It is based on the laws of all Indian communities, which include Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Parsis, and Jews.
The book is written by focusing on all the practitioners who are working on the law ground and all the judges, those who are providing any kinds of reliefs to any persons who are facing a period of unhappiness and sadness or broken marriage. This book is handy for the scholars and the persons in the research background and all kinds of reformers of laws. This book also looks after giving all kinds of possible help to the young society those going on the battle of unhappy relationships.
There are many laws and rules that are being depicted in this book that practitioners of laws and judgments mainly follow. These practical laws rules are being enforced in high courts and framed under matrimonial status. These rules are also being implanted under rules for marriage registration in different states and other family court rules. This applies to all the family courts of different states. This book comes with all kinds of laws and regulations that are highly recommended and enforced with the court sessions and proves as a very easy reference.
The Law of marriage and divorce explains to us all kinds of marriage acts and the consequences, pros, and cons of divorce. The Indian government has already declared life in a relationship a green sign; the marriage then comes as a partnership, giving unmatched security and building a permanent relationship. When people go into marriages, there are many reasons that they might end up breaking up. This may occur when one partner dies, or there is a chance of getting a divorce.
All these scenarios are now prevalent in the young generations, and most do not want a permanent union. In this context, you can find there are many situations where a partner could not venge out their ego and sadness, and as a result, the lawyer between them ends up taking a lot of money. This book deals with some of these cases, where many young generations deal with these kinds of issues. In the case of educated couples, they try to resolve the issue with mutual understanding and separate their relationship.
The book comprises fourteen sections of laws and rules, which are followed in every context despite any religion and caste. The fourteen sections of this book deal with all kinds of acts related to marriage and divorce. The books contain all the relevant information pertaining to marriage, the act of marriage, the capacity of the parties in the marriage, the validity of formals, the theories in divorce. The Law of marriage and divorce also has guidelines and concepts regarding matrimonial remedies, nullity, divorce, separation based on the judicial ground. In this book, you can also find the contexts typically related to the restitution of conjugal rights, the aftermath of divorce, dowry cases, matrimonial cruelty and penal offense, alimony After Divorce, spouse property division, and other various high court cases. The book focuses on various real-time examples that come under different challenging situations and what laws have been examined to justify them. The author has written many rules and laws in the first editions, which can be a contract in the fourth edition, focusing mainly on the Christian divorce act. The books also look after all kinds of marital jurisprudence. The Law seems to give perfect justice to the innocent spouse and avoid helping the guilty parties suffer in their financial and economic responsibilities. The book also contains many practical examples of the Hindu marriage act and other related issues with it.
The information in this book is quite helpful for all the law practioner. The richness in quality and context makes this book worth reading. It will be a definite pleasure when the lawman goes through it. The books cover almost all regions of marriage and divorce, which are related to the treatise on marriage and divorce. All the marital laws are being in-depth utilized in all the cases and detailed analysis.
The author’s observations here in this book are pretty rational and well-balanced. This gives the books a good blend of gender-sensitive cases without any biased judgment. The book is good to study with all kinds of important and useful information. There are some parts of the books where you can find some sort of difficulties, which need to be corrected by the author. The book, on the whole, can come with an asset that can be useful for any law students, legal practitioners, and judges on matrimonial aspects.