India Family Law

Indian Family Law is categorized into 21 groups. Each subcategory is classed based on a person’s social status, relationship, or religion. These subcategories were created to offer resolutions to disputes.

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India Family Law
Indian Politicians

Who is present deputy chairman of legislative council in karnataka?

Vimal gowda

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Computers
The Moon
India Family Law
The Difference Between

What is the relation between bitrate and resolution?

I assume you are referring to data compression, specifically video or audio. Resolution is how precisely a binary representation details an original piece of information. if it's audio, it usually refers to how many bits are used in each sample, and it tells how accurately each sample matches the original sound wave. if it's video, it usually refers to how many pixels each frame is made out of (same for still images). Usually people refer to only the height and width, but color depth also is included in this definition too. Bitrate determins how much actual binary data a given resolution of information will take up. Normally, these would be directly proportional, and you could exactly calculate them. For sound, take the sample resolution * sample rate * number of channels = bits per second. For video, take width * height * bit depth * frame rate = bits per second. However, with compression, bitrate often will determine how accurately that binary data is stored in a compressed data stream. Generally, the higher bitrate you use, the better it will look, and the higher resolution you use, the higher bitrate you need to maintain constant quality (compared to lower resolutions).

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History of Ireland
India Family Law
The Difference Between

What are behavioral differences between Irish men and women if any?

The same as any other Western country really

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Law & Legal Issues
Definitions
India Family Law

What is the meaning for judicial discretion?

The basic meaning is that the presiding judge has a certain amount of leeway when rendering a decision on the case that is being heard. The judge does not have to adhere exactly to the laws relating to the case, but rather, to a certain extent, can use his or her interpretation and application of said laws.

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Adoption
West Bengal
India Family Law

Quick and fast child adoption centers in west Bengal India?

In metros and large cities, it takes years to complete adoption procedure. For eg. in West Bengal it takes 2 to 3 years to adopt a child. However there are centers in rural areas where due to lack of awareness about these centers babies are available for adoption. One such centre is in Suri from where adoption can be done in 4 to 5 months. The address is ----Suri Centre for Child Welfare, Birbhum, Sova Bazar, Rabindra Pally,P.O. Suri, Dist. Birbhum, West Bengal Ph: 9432144658. In case you also know of such centres, please post it. It will help both, the prospective parents and the child.

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India Law and Legal Issues
India Family Law

What is the need for judicial activism in India?

(note: this explanation assumes understanding of several U.S. landmark cases) Judicial activism is closely tied with the personal standpoint of "liberal." It is basically being more "activist" or more in turn with "adding" to the U.S. Constitution rather than merely interpreting it (judicial restraint). Three major cases that have been touted as judicial activism abuse include Roe v. Wade, Lawrence v. Texas, and Brown v. Board of Education (abortion, homosexuality, and racial segregation, respectively). Without judicial activism, the U.S. would still be stuck with the Dredd Scott decision and Plessy v. Ferguson, regarding African Americans' rights. Without judicial activism, Lochner v. New York would stand as a legal precendent, and the minimum wage would be illegal on the basis that it violates the right to business contracts. Additionally, it could be argued that judicial activism is necessary because it is difficult to decide court cases based on the U.S. Constitution when the framers' are long dead, their intent unknown, and the Constitution written in an age before the modern or digital age.

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Criminal Law
India Family Law

What is the punishment under Section 498-A of IPC?

Whoever, being the husband or the relative of the husband of a woman, subjects such woman to cruelty shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine.

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Law & Legal Issues
Economics
India Family Law

Are law and justice the same thing?

law and justice are not the same because law is an enforcement and justice is the quality of being fair and reasonable.

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Islam
Hinduism
India Family Law

Can hindu's marry other religions?

Why not?

In the Court-Marriage anyone can marray anyone and this marriage cannt be challenged any where.

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Parenting and Children
Children and the Law
India Family Law

How do you get your kids back?

Court! and if you get your kids taken away you might not be able to get them back depending on what happened!

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Kerala
India Family Law

What is the gotra of pillai of Kerala?

Shiva gotra

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Adoption
India
India Family Law

Child Adoption centers in India for quick adoption?

In metros and large cities, it takes years to complete adoption procedure. For eg. in West Bengal it takes 2 to 3 years to adopt a child. However there are centers in rural areas where due to lack of awareness about these centers babies are available for adoption. One such centre is in Suri from where adoption can be done in 4 to 5 months. The address is ----Suri Centre for Child Welfare, Birbhum, Sova Bazar, Rabindra Pally,P.O. Suri, Dist. Birbhum, West Bengal Ph: 9432144658. In case you also know of such centres, please post it. It will help both, the prospective parents and the child.

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Custody
Law & Legal Issues
Child Support
India Family Law

Does a notarized guardianship paper for a 16-year-old mean that the mother signed her rights over?

No. A person cannot lose their parental rights to a child unless they file a voluntary relinquishment of parental rights petition and it is accepted by the court or the court permanently terminates parental rights due to abuse, neglect or some other applicable issue.

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India Family Law

Doctrine of Survivorship under Hindu Law?

According to the principles of Hindu Law, there is coparcenership between the different members of a united family and survivorship following upon it. But this right of survivorship is lost if the marriage of the coparcener is solemnized under the Special Marriage Act of 1872.

There is community of interest and unity of possession between all the members and upon death of any one of them, the others take by survivorship that in which they had during the deceased's lifetime a common possession. [Katama Nachiar v Raja of Shivaganga (1863) 9 MIA 539, 611; Subramanya Pandian v. Sivasubramania Pillai (1894) 17 Mad 316, 328]

The right of survivorship rests upon the text of Narada and is recognised in the Mitakshara. [Subramanya Pandian v. Sivasubramania Pillai (1894) 17 Mad 316, 330.

The Arthasastra of Kautilya clearly lays down the rule of survivorship. "If a man has no male issue, his own brothers or person who have been living with him shall take possession of his property; and in their absence, his daughters shall have his property".

Narada says: "If among several brothers, one childless should die or become a religious ascetic, the other shall divide his property, excepting the stridhana". In other words, survivorship consists in the exclusion of the widows and other heirs of the coparcener from succeeding to his undivided interest in the coparcenary property. Even a disqualified person is a member of the coparcenary and even though he has no rights at a family partition, he is entitled, when he becomes the last surviving male member of the joint family, to take and enjoy the whole estate by survivorship. [Muthuswami Gurukkal v. Meenammal (1919) 43 Mad. 664.]

The rule of survivorship is precluded when there is attachment of the undivided share of coparcenary for his personal debt and is sold in execution even if the coparcener dies subsequently when the attachment subsists on the date of death. [Bharamappa v. Rudrappa AIR 1955 MYs. 13 : ILR (1954) Mys 361]

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History of India
India Family Law

In what way India became first in world?

India is number one in having maximum number of political parties.

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India Law and Legal Issues
India Politics
India Family Law

What are the sections of Indian penal Code?

There are 511 Sections of Indian penal Code.
The Indian Penal Code

Introduction

In the uncivilized society no person was said to be safe from attacks to his person

or property by any other person. The person attacked either succumbed or overpowered

his opponent. A tooth for a tooth, an eye for an eye, a life for a life was

the rule of law. With the advancement of time, the injured person agreed to accept

compensation, instead of killing his adversary. For a long time the function of

settling the terms remained with the parties themselves, but gradually this function

came to be performed by the State.

In India the criminal jurisprudence came into existence from the time of

Manu. Manu has recognized assault, theft, robbery, false evidence, slander,

criminal breach of trust, cheating, adultery and rape. The king protected his

subjects and the subjects in return owed him allegiance and paid him revenue.

The king administered justice himself, if unable due to certain circumstances, the

matter was entrusted to a judge. If a criminal was fined, the fine went to the king's

treasury and was not given as compensation to the injured party.

Different laws came into existence in the reins of different rulers. When the

Britishers came into India they adopted a different set of law which was based on

British pattern, but it was not uniform throughout India. Different regulations were

passed prescribing practice and procedure to be followed. In 1834 the first Indian

Law Commission was constituted to investigate into the jurisdiction, powers and

rules of the existing courts as well as police establishments and into the laws in

operation in British India. The Indian Penal Code was drafted by the first Indian

Law Commission under the president-ship of Macaulay and was submitted to the

Governor-General of India in Council in 1837. It was circulated to the Judges and

law advisers of the Crown. In 1845, another Commission was appointed to review

the Code. This Commission submitted its report in two parts, one in 1846 and the

other in 1847. The Code was revised according to the report of the Commission

but it never saw the light of the day. Subsequently, it was revised by two Law

Members of the Governor-General of India in Council and was presented to the

Legislative Council in 1856.

Act 45 of 1860

The Indian Penal Code Bill was passed by the Legislative Council and it received

the assent of the Governor-General on 6th October, 1860. It came on the Statute

Book as THE INDIAN PENAL CODE (45 of 1860).

List of Amending Acts and Adaptation Orders

1. The Repealing Act, 1870 (14 of 1870).

2. The Indian Penal Code Amendment Act, 1870 (27 of 1870).

3. The Indian Penal Code Amendment Act, 1872 (19 of 1872).

4. The Indian Oaths Act, 1873 (10 of 1873).

5. The Indian Penal Code Amendment Act, 1882 (8 of 1882).

6. The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1882 (10 of 1882).

7. The Indian Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1886 (10 of 1886).

8. The Indian Marine Act, 1887 (14 of 1887).

9. The Metal Tokens Act, 1889 (1 of 1889).

10. The Indian Merchandise Marks Act, 1889 (4 of 1889).

11. The Cantonments Act, 1889 (13 of 1889).

12. The Indian Railways Act, 1890 (9 of 1890).

13. The Indian Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1891 (10 of 1891).

14. The Amending Act, 1891 (12 of 1891).

15. The Indian Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1894 (3 of 1894).

16. The Indian Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1895 (3 of 1895).

17. The Indian Penal Code Amendment Act, 1896 (6 of 1896).

18. The Indian Penal Code Amendment Act, 1898 (4 of 1898).

19. The Currency-Notes Forgery Act, 1899 (12 of 1899).

20. The Indian Penal Code Amendment Act, 1910 (3 of 1910).

21. The Indian Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1913 (8 of 1913).

22. The Indian Elections Offences and Inquiries Act, 1920 (39 of

1920).

23. The Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Act, 1921 (16 of 1921).

24. The Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Act, 1923 (20 of 1923).

25. The Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Act, 1924 (5 of 1924).

26. The Indian Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1924 (18 of 1924).

27. The Workmen's Breach of Contract (Repealing) Act, 1925 (3 of

1925).

28. The Obscene Publications Act, 1925 (8 of 1925).

29. The Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Act, 1925 (29 of 1925).

30. The Repealing and Amending Act, 1927 (10 of 1927).

31. The Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1927 (25 of 1927).

32. The Repealing and Amending Act, 1930 (8 of 1930).

33. The Indian Air Force Act, 1932 (14 of 1932).

34. The Amending Act, 1934 (35 of 1934).

35. The Government of India (Adaptation of Indian Laws) Order,

1937.

36. The Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1939 (22 of 1939).

37. The Offences on Ships and Aircrafts Act, 1940 (4 of 1940).

38. The Indian Merchandise Marks (Amendment) Act, 1941 (2 of

1941).

39. The Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Act, 1942 (8 of 1942).

40. The Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Act, 1943 (6 of 1943).

41. The Indian Independence (Adaptation of Central Acts and

Ordinances) Order, 1948.

42. The Criminal Law (Removal of Racial Discriminations) Act, 1949

(17 of 1949).

43. The Indian Penal Code and the Code of Criminal Procedure

(Amendment) Act, 1949 (42 of 1949).

44. The Adaptation of Laws Order, 1950.

45. The Repealing and Amending Act, 1950 (35 of 1950).

46. The Part B States (Laws) Act, 1951 (3 of 1951).

47. The Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1952 (46 of 1952).

48. The Repealing and Amending Act, 1952 (48 of 1952).

49. The Repealing and Amending Act, 1953 (42 of 1953).

50. The Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Act, 1955 (26 of

1955).

51. The Adaptation of Laws (No.2) Order, 1956.

52. The Repealing and Amending Act, 1957 (36 of 1957).

53. The Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1958 (2 of 1958).

54. The Trade and Merchandise Marks Act, 1958 (43 of 1958).

55. The Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Act, 1959 (52 of 1959).

56. The Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Act, 1961 (41 of 1961).

57. The Anti-Corruption Laws (Amendment) Act, 1964 (40 of 1964).

58. The Criminal and Election Laws Amendment Act, 1969 (35 of

1969).

59. The Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Act, 1969 (36 of 1969).

60. The Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 1972 (31 of 1972).

61. The Employees' Provident Funds and Family Pension Fund

(Amendment) Act, 1973 (40 of 1973).

62. The Employees' State Insurance (Amendment) Act, 1975 (38 of

1975).

63. The Election Laws (Amendment) Act, 1975 (40 of 1975).

64. The Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 1983 (43 of 1983).

65. The Criminal Law (Second Amendment) Act, 1983 ( 46 of 1983).

66. The Dowry Prohibition (Amendment) Act, 1986 (43 of 1986).

67. The Employees' Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions

(Amendment) Act, 1988 (33 of 1988).

68. The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 (49 of 1988).

69. The Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 1993 (42 of 1993).

70. The Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Act, 1995 (24 of 1995).

71. Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Act, 2003
511 sections are there in the Indian Penal Code.

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India Family Law

How many mp seats in India?

550

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US Constitution
India Family Law

What are the negative aspects in the constitution?

1. That all humans are equal (women, blacks, children)

2 They never explained what they meant by democracy. It's assumed the constitution is all about democracy, but its not.

3. They never mentioned that to get into politics you have to have money, which is unfair.

For instance, the convention which framed the Constitution of the United States was composed of fifty-five members - all men, all white . A majority were lawyers - not one farmer, mechanic or laborer. Forty owned Revolutionary Scrip. Fourteen were land speculators. Twenty-four were money-lenders. Eleven were merchants. Fifteen were slave-holders. They made a Constitution to protect the rights of property and not the rights of the common people.

Crikes, George Washington owned two slave plantations and he piped on about all men being equal? 1. That all humans are equal (women, blacks, children)

2 They never explained what they meant by democracy. It's assumed the constitution is all about democracy, but its not.

3. They never mentioned that to get into politics you have to have money, which is unfair.

For instance, the convention which framed the Constitution of the United States was composed of fifty-five members - all men, all white . A majority were lawyers - not one farmer, mechanic or laborer. Forty owned Revolutionary Scrip. Fourteen were land speculators. Twenty-four were money-lenders. Eleven were merchants. Fifteen were slave-holders. They made a Constitution to protect the rights of property and not the rights of the common people.

Crikes, George Washington owned two slave plantations and he piped on about all men being equal?

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India Family Law

What is the timeframe within which Indian marriage has to solemensied after applying for Indian court marriage?

Within 60 days from the date of applications but after 30 days from the date of application.

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Exercise
Basketball
India Family Law
The Difference Between

What is the difference in the VO2 Max between men and women?

genetically males have a higher VO2 max that females because males have a greater muscle mass that females. Mitochondria are the site of cellular respiration and the majority of them are located within muscle tissues in the body. If there are more sites for cellular respiration than the body will be able to keep at an aerobic level of fitness for longer because the body can remove a higher volume of oxygen from the bloodstream. This would cause a person to maintain a longer state of aerobic respiration and therefore have a higher VO2 max.

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Law & Legal Issues
Economics
India Family Law

What is relation between law and justice?

= "What is relation between law and justice?" =

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Basketball
Laboratory Testing
India Family Law
The Difference Between

Difference in men and women skeletons?

Men usually have larger skulls then women, also women's hip bones are built wider, to enable procreation. Men usually have larger skulls then women, also women's hip bones are built wider, to enable procreation.

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Age of Consent & Underage Relationships
India Family Law

Can a girl aged 17 years get permission from court to get married?

law is very flexible. it can not be authenticated. as a rule, it is under age.

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Criminal Law
Dating after Divorce
India Family Law

What is the punishment under the Section 498-A of Indian penal Code?

Whoever, being the husband or the relative of the husband of a woman, subjects such woman to cruelty shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine.

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History of Science
India Family Law
Plural Nouns
The Difference Between

What is modernisation?

Modernization refers to the progressive transition of a society from a traditional into modern. The 'Idea of Progress' describes this idea which was developed in the 18th century.

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