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Women, laws and judicial pronouncements

Jessy Kurian

Women, laws and judicial pronouncements

by Jessy Kurian

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Published by Indian Social Institute in New Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 146-150).

StatementJessy Kurian.
ContributionsIndian Social Institute.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLAW+
The Physical Object
Pagination150 p. ;
Number of Pages150
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23656899M
ISBN 109788189762308
LC Control Number2009346347
OCLC/WorldCa424450971

  Ever wondered why Goddess of justice has eyes blind folded? Because it does see nothing but hears only. Judges give judgments based on what they hear, read and documents in support of the case by the parties through their counsels. They look at fa. and judicial activism, there are reforms in the judicial process, where it aims to make justice cheap and easy by introducing Lok Adalat system as a one of the methods to provide free legal aid and speedy justice at the door steps of the poor. In this article the author highlights the importanceFile Size: KB.

This volume explores gender inequality and the politics of women’s rights in India. It provides an invaluable analysis of the current trends of the debate on Uniform Civil Code located within a highly charged political scenario. It examines the condition of women’s rights under the plurality of Hindu law and during the evolution of Islamic law. LABOUR LAWS & PRACTICE LESSON 1 – CONSTITUTION AND LABOUR LAWS Under the Constitution of India, Labour is a subject in the Concurrent List and, therefore, both the Central and the State governments are competent to enact legislations subject to .

workingplaces. The study shall also concentrate whatrights are available to women under Indianlabour laws and to create awareness amongwomen about their rights. An effort has beenmade to discuss whether constitutionalprovisions, bene2cial labour laws, national andinternational commitments, protectivemeasures and judicial pronouncements. The Judicial Branch interprets the laws passed by the Legislative Branch. For more information on the Judicial Branch, refer to “Judiciary.” Separation of Powers in the United States is associated with the Checks and Balances system.


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Sowramma (), Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer, as a judge of the Kerala High Court, wrote in eloquent prose as was his wont: “The Indo-Anglican judicial exposition of the Islamic law of divorce has. MUSLIM LAW AND JUDICIAL REFORMMUSLIM LAW AND JUDICIAL REFORM Family law, also called personal or customary law in contexts of legal pluralism, governs features of family life such as marriage, separation, divorce, the consequences of divorce (such as alimony and property division), maintenance for children and other dependents, inheritance, adoption, and guardianship.

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Reprinted below are the prologue and introductory statements to the first eight. He has delivered more than lectures on several important law subjects at the Judicial Training Academies of various States, at the Lok Nayak Jay Prakash Narain Institute of Forensic Sciences & Research, Rohini, New Delhi, Dr.

Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University, Lucknow and also at several other universities of India. This book intends to consolidate such laws and judicial pronouncements wherein men has been able to regain their dignity and able to fight back including Quashing A, tackling multiple maintenance claims under the various laws (Sec.

Cr PC, Sec. 24 of Hindu Marriage Act, Sec 19 of PWDVA, etc), false maintenance claim, Handling perjury (false cases), welfare of child is of paramount. Under most laws, personal and civil, a wife is entitled to ask for maintenance as an ancillary relief in a petition for divorce, judicial separation or restitution of conjugal rights.

There are general laws too under which women from all communities can claim maintenance. The book also provides insights into contemporary matrimonial issues that have emerged as a result of the development of new perceptions of rights and duties, as well as alternative methods for matrimonial dispute settlement.

Further, latest statutory provisions, as .judicial responses and developments in these areas. Parts II and III of the book, focus on the social position, issues, and problems faced by two vulnerable groups in Indian society, namely women and children, and the efforts undertaken by law to address them.

Part II, "Women and the Law". Judicial pronouncements in these cases have also been somewhat inconsistent. In a country where violence against woman is so common, it is our laws that are failing them.