Concept of Will under Muslim Law

Concept of Will under Muslim Law Wasiyat

Concept of Will under Muslim Law INTRODUCTION When we talk about ways to make disposition of property, there are numerous ways in Hindu Law as well as Muslim Law. Under Muslim Law, a Mussalman can dispose his property by way of gift, by creating waqf or by making a will. When we talk about the … Read more

Dissolution of Muslim Marriage – Modes of Divorce and its Types

Dissolution of Muslim Marriage - Modes of Divorce and its Types

Dissolution of Muslim Marriage – Modes of Divorce and its Types INTRODUCTION Marriage unites two souls into one with the grace of god. The rituals and customs of performing marriage are performed as prescribed in one’s own personal law. The bond between a woman and a man is for  the time immemorial but sometimes subsistence … Read more

Waqf under Muslim Law- Analysis

Insight to the concept of waqf under Muslim Law DOCTRINE OF CYPRESS

 WAQF UNDER MUSLIM LAW- Analysis  INTRODUCTION The institution of Waqf has developed with Islam. There were no awqaf or any such parallel institutions in Arabia before the advent of Islam. Credit must be given to the Muslim jurists for having developed the jurisprudence of Waqf. Although there is no mention of Waqf in Quran but … Read more

Classification of Guardianship under Muslim Law- Our Legal World

Classification of Guardianship under Muslim Law- Our Legal World

Guardianship under Muslim Law- Our Legal World Introduction Children are known as messenger of the God. It is significant to take care of and provide proper nourishment to them for their overall development. It is the first and foremost duty of the parents to fulfil all the basic needs of a child which leads to … Read more

MAHR or Dower- Types, Remission and Its Enforcement

MAHR or Dower Muslim Law- Types, Remission and Its Enforcement

MAHR (Dower)-Types, Remission and Its Enforcement Introduction Marriage is the first and foremost social institution. The performance and purpose of marriage ceremonies differ from one religion to another. Hindu law treats marriage as a sacrament. On the other hand, in Mahomedan law marriage is a Contractual Agreement. An agreement without consideration is void subject to … Read more

Concept of Gift or Hiba under Muslim Law- Our Legal World

Concept of Gift (Hiba) under Muslim Law

Concept of Gift (Hiba) under Muslim Law INTRODUCTION Under Muslim Law, a person can lawfully make a gift of his property to another during his lifetime. He is also allowed to transfer the property (through will) which shall come into existence after his death. A Muslim man can give whole of the property during his … Read more

Details of SUCCESSION UNDER MUSLIM LAW

SUCCESSION UNDER MUSLIM LAW In the law distinction between the joint family property and the separate property never existed. Since under Muslim law all properties devolve by the succession, the right of heir-apparent does not come into existence till death of the ancestor, and then alone the property vests in the heirs. Customary Principle of … Read more