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Law Relating to Guardians and Wards (Alongwith The Adoption Regulations, 2017)

Law Relating to Guardians and Wards (Alongwith The Adoption Regulations, 2017)

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Apart from the exhaustive and analytical commentary on “The Guardians and wards Act, 1890”, this book also contains exhaustive and analytical commentary on the “Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1956”. This book also contains various other enactments regarding the welfare of children and Rules framed by the various High Courts under “The Guardians and Wards Act, 1890”. Besides the aforementioned, the book encompasses a new part dealing with the various aspects of "ADOPTION"
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Contents
Part I - The Guardians and Wards Act, 1890
Chapter I - Preliminary

1.    Title, extent and commencement
2.    [Repeal] Rep. by the Repealing Act, 1938 (1 of 1938),
       Sec. 2 and Sch.
3.    Saving of jurisdiction of Courts of Wards and Chartered
       High Courts.
4.    Definitions
4-A.Power to confer jurisdiction on subordinate judicial officer
       and transfer proceedings to such officers
Chapter II - Appointment and Declaration of Guardians
5.    Power of parents to appoint in case of European British
       subjects. Rep. by the Part B States (Laws) Act, 1951
       (3 of 1952), Section 2 and Schedule
6.    Saving of power to appoint in other cases
7.    Power of the Court to make order as to guardianship
8.    Persons entitled to apply for order
9.    Court having jurisdiction to entertain application
10.  Form of application
11.  Procedure on admission of application
12.  Power to make interlocutory order for production of minor
       and interim protection of person and property
13.  Hearing of evidence before making of order
14.  Simultaneous proceedings in different Courts
15.  Appointment or declaration of several guardians
16.  Appointment or declaration of guardian for property beyond
       jurisdiction of the Court
17.  Matters to be considered by the Court in appointing guardian
18.  Appointment or declaration of Collector in virtue of office
19.  Guardian not to be appointed by the Court in certain cases
Chapter III - Duties, Rights and Liabilities of Guardians General
20.  Fiduciary relation of guardian to ward
21.  Capacity of minors to act as guardians
22.  Remuneration of guardian
23.  Control of Collector as guardian
Guardian of the person
24.  Duties of guardian of the person
25.  Title of guardian to custody of ward
26.  Removal of ward from jurisdiction
27.  Duties of guardian of property
28.  Powers of testamentary guardian
29.  Limitation of powers of guardian of property appointed or
       declared by the Court
30.  Voidability of transfers made in contravention of
       Section 28 or Section 29
31.  Practice with respect to permitting transfers under Section 29
32.  Variation of powers of guardian of property appointed or
       declared by the Court
33.  Right of guardian so appointed or declared to apply to the
       Court for opinion in management of property of ward
34.  Obligations on guardian of property appointed or declared
       by the Court
34A.Power to award remuneration for auditing accounts
35.  Suit against guardian where administration-bond was taken
36.  Suit against guardian where administration-bond was not taken
37.  General liability of guardian as trustee
Termination of guardianship
38.  Right of survivorship among joint guardians
39.  Removal of guardian
40.  Discharge of guardian
41.  Cessation of authority of guardian
42.  Appointment of successor to guardian dead, discharged, or removed
Chapter IV - Supplemental Provisions
43.  Orders for regulating conduct or proceedings of guardians,
       and enforcement of those orders
44.  Penalty for removal of ward from jurisdiction
45.  Penalty for contumacy
46.  Reports by Collectors and subordinate Courts
47.  Orders appealable
48.  Finality of other orders
49.  Costs
50.  Power of High Court to make rules
51.  Applicability of Act to guardians already appointed by Court
52.  Amendment of Indian Majority Act
53.  Amendment of Chapter XXXI of the Code of Civil Procedure
The Schedule
Part II - The Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1956

1.    Short title and extent
2.    Act to be supplemental to Act 8 of 1890
3.    Application of Act
4.    Definitions
5.    Overriding effect of Act
6.    Natural guardians of a Hindu minor
7.    Natural guardianship of adopted son
8.    Powers of natural guardian
9.    Testamentary guardians and their powers
10.  Incapacity of minor to act as guardian of property
11.  De facto guardian not to deal with minor's property
12.  Guardian not to be appointed for minor's undivided interest
       in joint family property
13.  Welfare of minor to be paramount consideration.
Part III - High Court Rules Framed under the Guardians and Wards Act, 1890
Part IV - On Adoption
Part V - Appendices
Part VI - National and International Documents on Adoption

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Author Details
R. Chakraborty,
Advocate of: Law relating to Trust in India, Law Relating to Land Acquisition and Compensation, Law of Pleadings with Precedents, Sale of Goods and Partnership, registration Act, etc., etc.
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