Will Wasyet from a Muslim as per Indian Succession law OR Muslim Personal Law Will Wasyet from a Muslim as per Indian Succession law OR Muslim Personal Law

A couple whose have not any Child and Husband have a own house itself. Can he WILL Wasyet that house to his Wife name as per Muslim Personal Law ? or Can he Wasyet as per Indian Succession Law ?

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Posted 2 weeks ago


A. Dear Client,
you can will your property to your wife and also you are at your liberty to transfer his entire property in your lifetime through a gift to any person. In cases where the subject matter of property is an immovable property, situated in the state of West Bengal, Chennai and Bombay, the Muslims shall be bound by the Indian Succession Act, 1925. This exception is only for the purposes of testamentary succession.

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Hindu Boy to be married to Muslim Girl Hindu Boy to be married to Muslim Girl

We have decided to do the Court marriage, but the girl's parents are insisting on a nikah after that. Q1. Which one will hold the residence in a court of law Q2. For nikah, do i need to convert Your

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Posted 2 weeks ago


A. Dear Client,
Nikah is possible only when the two spouses to be profess Muslim religion. court marriage can be covered under the special marriages act, 1954 and will be held valid. if you want to convert the religion, you can convert.

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Claim that our property belongs to wakaf Claim that our property belongs to wakaf

My paternal grandfather purchased a land around 16-17 years ago and built a 2 storey private residence over it. He even owned his property card until his sad demise 2 years back. My grandmother suffer

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Client,

Nobody can claim the property overnight. If you’re enjoying the property since 12 years then you can claim possession of the property.

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it is necessary to take the no objection affidavit it is necessary to take the no objection affidavit

Respected Sir, My name is Jeelan Saiyeed and I am an Indian citizen (Muslim) currently living and working in Kuwait. Firstly, I got married to my First Spouse (Muslim) on 01/09/2014 and later we bot

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
You have to comply the directions issued by the Passport Authorities and if it is difficult and approach any expert who is dealing in International Laws and matters relating to issuance of passport etc.

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Love marriage Love marriage

My Bf starting gave me response and used me so much but now he is behaving under guidence thier parents and avoiding me how can I get justice.

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Posted 3 months ago


A. Dear Client
Unfortunately there is no such law made which could govern the relationship of friends. However, if you both are in a live-in relationship, then you may proceed with legal rights if he or his family is harassing you in any manner. If not, then it is advisable for you to communicate with him or his parents, however, do remember that every individual has their own right to live as enshrined under art.21 of Indian Constitution, hence, do not go under any kind of coercion or anything whi ...ReadMore

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Property Issue - separated Property Issue - separated

I am a Muslim guy and married a Hindu girl after which there were lot of physical and verbal altercations. My wife and my sister had an altercation, after few days my sister filed a case against my

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Posted 4 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
Under Muslim law, the concept of ancestral and self-acquired property is not recognised.
As long as the person is alive, the property owned by him is his absolute property and no right of any legal heirs accrues until his death. Upon his demise, the legal heirs become entitled to a definite fraction of the estate of the deceased.
Under Muslim law, distribution of property can be made in two ways, i.e. per capita or per strip distribution for sunnis and shias respectively. The quantum ...ReadMore

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Muslim divorce Muslim divorce

Hello , my brother have send the talaq nama to his wife mentioning talaq e bayin word one time, according to deoband fatwa this talaq is revocable, husband and wife can marry again at any time, and mu

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Posted 5 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
Entire history is necessary and under which Sections FIR was issued.

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Property partition -maternal grandson be a legal heir Property partition -maternal grandson be a legal heir

Can a maternal grandson be a legal heir in maternal grandfather's property in case of his mother is dead and his maternal grandfather is dead in Muslim family? What's the share of a married woman in h

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Posted 7 months ago


A. Dear Client,
As per supreme Court Judgement in Vineeta Sharma vs. Rakesh Sharma daughter has full right in father property and has share in partition as well.A married women is a legal heir in ancestral property as well.
Thank You.

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Muslim marriage after family problems now want to compromise after 3 months Muslim marriage after family problems now want to compromise after 3 months

Muslim marriage between husband and wife had some family problems and now both husband and wife wants to compromise and start living together in the same house. Do they need to write a MOU ?, understa

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Posted 7 months ago


A. Dear client,
The husband and wife can get a MOU. But the MOU is more like a mutual settlement which has been penned down in writing and acts as a documentary proof of such terms which have been mutually accepted by the parties to the divorce. The MOU cannot stop a couple from fighting or not have any further disputes.
Thank you.

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My husband won't let me live with him My husband won't let me live with him

My husband married me two years ago, and left me at my parents house ever since, he refuses to pay maintenance money, he refuses to issue my visa to come live with him even though he easily can, he al

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Posted 9 months ago


A. Hi,
You can approach the court for the restitution of conjugal rights. A decree of restitution of conjugal rights implies that the guilty party is ordered to live with the aggrieved party. If you want a divorce, you can approach the court for that. Please contact a lawyer for further advice.
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