Muslim Marriage, Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act

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…KEEP READING

Legitimacy of Child in Muslims.PNG

1. A child born within six months after the marriage – the child is Illegitimate unless the father acknowledges the child.

2. A child born after six months from the date of marriage is presumed to be legitimate.

3. A child born after dissolution of marriage is legitimate-
a. Under Shia Law if born within 10 months.
b. Under Hanafi Law if born within 2 years.
c. Under Shefai and Maliki if born within 4 years.KEEP READING

Muslim Marriage and Nikah Halala

It is often said that marriage under muslim law is simply a contract which unites bride and groom fulfilling certain conditions like consent, witness etc. But what I want to ask is “how can a marriage be a contract?”

Why are we putting a sacrament called marriage into the shutter of contract! Is it only because its essentials correlate or are similar with that of a contract. Is this why we have termed it as a contract?KEEP READING