Muta Marriage is a marriage for a fixed period of time that is only for sexual pleasure. There are some rules, conditions, and essentials of Muta Marriage.
1. The parties must have attained the age of puberty, which is above 15 years of age.
2. There is no restriction on the number of Muta wives.
3. There must be a free consent by the parties.
Marital problems might occur due to, unfulfilled basic needs, misunderstandings, alcohol addiction, dowry demand, ego problems, adamant differences in opinion, etc. Divorce, judicial separation, and such have an impact on family.
Thus it is of prime importance to try some non legal ways to successfully fix and save a marriage that is hanging by a thread.
REASONS FOR MATRIMONIAL DISPUTES
Infidelity: If either of spouse has extra marital affair or marriage like relation with the person other than his or her own spouse.
Domestic Violence: Domestic violence is an act of violent and harsh behaviour (both physical and mental) of one member of the family towards another.
Control: Exercising unnecessary control and wanting to “get things done in your way” weakens the bond of marriage.
An Act to consolidate and clarify the provisions of Muslim law relating to suits for dissolution of marriage by women married under Muslim law and to remove doubts as to the effect of the renunciation of Islam by a married Muslim woman on her marriage tie.
WHEREAS it is expedient to consolidate and clarify the provisions of Muslim law relating to suits for dissolution of marriage by women married under Muslim law and…
A person born in lawful marriage is said to be the legitimate child of the spouses. So the main point in case of legitimacy of a child is marriage between his or her parents.
Special notes regarding the Presumption of Legitimacy
1. A child born within six months after the marriage – the child is Illegitimate unless the father acknowledges the child.
Adultery – No longer punishable in India “Any law which affects individual dignity, equity of women in a civilised society invites the wrath of the Constitution.” A Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court today struck down Section 497 of The Indian Penal Code which penalises Adultery. The judgment was delivered