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Hindu Law (Family Law - I)

Hindu Law (Family Law - I)

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  • Author(s): Dr. S.R. Myneni
  • Publisher: Asia Law House
  • Edition: 2 Ed Rp 2023
  • ISBN 13 9789390912438
  • Approx. Pages 608 + contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Hindu Law consists of the provisions of Hindu Joint Pamily, Copercenary, Partition, Debts, Alienation of Property, Marriages, Matrimonial reliefs etc, in The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, The Family Courts Act, 1984, The Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956, The Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1956 and the Hindu Succession, Act, 1956. The subject of Hindu Law is a traditional one prescribed for the LLB (BL) course of all the Indian Universities. The author has attempted this book on the request of student community, who are following his books on other subjects and hopes this will be useful like his other forty textbooks, written for Law Praternity The author expresses his profound gratitude to the eminent authors and publishers of the books referred to in the Bibliography The author owes his sincere thanks to Dr. Sripathi Dwarakanath, Principal, University College of Law, Osmania University, Hyderabad for his kind gesture in giving foreword to this book by sparing his precious time. Thanks also to the publishers, the Asia Law House and their staff for bringing the book in an attractive form as usual, Suggestions from the readers for the improvement are welcome and will be gratefully acknowledged.
Unit I – Hindu Law
Chapter 1.    Sources of Hindu Law
Chapter 2.    Scope and Application of Hindu Law
Chapter 3.    Schools of Hindu Law
Chapter 4.    Concept of Joint Family
Chapter 5.    Partition and Reunion
Chapter 6.    Debts
Chapter 7.    Alienation of Property
Chapter 8.    Impartible Estate
Unit II – Hindu Marriage
Chapter 1.    Definition and Forms of Hindu Marriage
Chapter 2.    Importance of Institution of Marriage under Hindu Law
Chapter 3.    Salient or Essential Features of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955
Chapter 4.    Application of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 (Section 2)
Chapter 5.    Definitions
Chapter 6.    Overriding Effect of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955
Chapter 7.    Conditions of Hindu Marriage (Essentials of Valid Hindu Marriage)
Chapter 8.    Ceremonies of Hindu Marriage (Solemnization of Hindu Marriage)
Chapter 9.    Registration of Hindu Marriages
Chapter 10.  Types of Marriage: Monogamy, Polygamy, Polyandry
Unit III – Matrimonial Remedies or Reliefs
Chapter 1.    Restitution of Conjugal Rights
Chapter 2.    Nullity of Marriage (Void and Voidable Marriages)
Chapter 3.    Judicial Separation
Chapter 4.    Divorce
Chapter 5.    Maintenance Pendente lite, Permanent Alimony, Custody of
                        Children and Disposal of Property
Chapter 6.    Importance of Conciliation to Settle family disputes
Chapter 7.    Jurisprudence and Procedure (Section 19)
Chapter 8.    The Family Courts Act, 1984
Unit IV – Adoption, Maintenance, Minority and Guardianship
Chapter 1.    Adoption
Chapter 2.    Law of Maintenance
Chapter 3.    The Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1956 Objects
                         and Reasons for the enactment of the Hindu Minority and
                        Guardianship Act, 1956
Unit V – Succession
Chapter 1.    Succession under Mitakshara and Dayabhaga Systems
                        Mitakshara System of Succession or Inheritance
Chapter 2.    History, Object and Scope of Hindu Succession Act, 1956
Chapter 3.    Salient Features of Hindu Succession Act, 1956
Chapter 4.    Salient Features of the Hindu Succession (Andhra Pradesh
                        Amendment) Act, 1986
Chapter 5.    Application of the Hindu Succession
Chapter 6.    Definitions
Chapter 7.    Intestate Succession
Chapter 8.    Devolution of Interest in the Property of a Tarwad, Tavazhi
                        Kutumba, Kavaru or Illom
Chapter 9.    Succession to the Property of Hindu Male
Chapter 10.  Enlargement of Limited Estate of women into their absolute
                        Estate (Provisions relating to Hindu Women’s right to
                        property)Property of a Female Hindu Before the Enactment
                        of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956
Chapter 11.  Special Provisions Respecting Persons Governed by
                        Marumakkattayam and Aliyasantana Laws
Chapter 12.  General Provisions (Rules) of Succession
Chapter 13.  Disqualifications from Inheritance
Chapter 14.  Testamentary Succession
Subject Index
Author Details
DR. S.R. Myneni, M.A., M.Ed.; LL.M., Ph.D., P.G. Diploma in Journalism & M.C., P.G. Diploma in Econometrics, P.G. Diploma in Mathemathics, P.G. Diploma in Vedic Mathemathics, Diploma in Russian Language, Rashtra Bhusha Praveena, Advocate (A.P. Bar Council) Born on 208.1930 at legadapadu Village in Guntur District of A Pradesh to Smartwa ender Butchalahand hails foma respectab Wers' family. He had his mary School Education at his native Village: High Education (1980) at Pedekuwepad Teacher Traming (1956-58) at Tadikal bed. Training Ed (1969) and B (1990-93) at Rajahmundry (AP). He has accu is remaining qualifications from itermediate (1960) to PhD (1983) and 1993-95) from different Indian Universities by private appearance He worked in Government Schools as Primary School Ther (1958-66). Headmaster and teacher Educator (1966-69). He officiated as Pansion Officer (Ed) at Oncole Sanithi (1969.74). He taught Economics as acturer (1974- 87) Lecturer Reader (1987-97) and Mercantile Law (1998 Government Colleges at Nidadavole, Rajahmundry and Kakinada in AP Registered as an Advocate of AR Bar Council (1998) and becoMember of A.P. High CourtAdvocates Association (2001)

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