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An Examination of the Kerala Joint Hindu Family (Abolition) Act, 1975. Rosie Marie v. CWT: A critical study Property Rights of the Illegitimate Child Special Marriage Act and its impact on property rights A study of the rule of survivorship in Hindu Succession An Examination of the concept of Hindu Undivided Family Justice, Equity and Good Conscience as a source of Hindu Succession Laws Hindu Widows and their Property Rights: A historical Study Impact of Modern Legislation on the Rights of Hindu Widows Has Matriarchy influenced succession laws in India? Pondicherry’s laws of succession Smritis and their influence on Hindu Succession Laws Significance of the Hindu Inheritance (Removal of Disabilities) Act, 1928 The purpose of wills in Islam The Concept of Coparcenary : its past, present and future in the Hindu concept of Joint Family A Critical examination of the Hindu Women’s Right to Property Act,1937 Powers of the Karta: A Critical Study Incidents of Separate Property: An Examination Conceptualising Joint Family Property Dynamics of the Karta’s right to represent the Joint Family
1865 Merits and Demerits of the Indian Succession Act. Reasons and Justification Differences between Dayabhaga and Mitakshara Coparcenary “Blending” of Property and its Consequences Gains of Learning and its relevance as separate Property Changes introduced in the classical concept of Coparcenary by the Hindu Succession Act. Coparcener’s right to relinquish interest in Property Limitation on the rights of coparceners to alienate Joint Family Property Powers of Sole Surviving Coparcener over ancestral Property Position of the “Child in the Womb” in Hindu Coparcenary Alienation of Property by Gifts Wills and their impact on alienation of Property Unauthorised alienation and its consequences Legal Necessity as a ground for alienation of Joint Family Property Religious and Indispensable duties as legitimate justification for alienating Ancestral Property Concept of “Pooling in “ Separate property into the Common Stock A critical analysis of the Rights of Coparceners Position of Females in Dayabhaga Joint Family An Examination of the Parsi Intestate Succession Act. 1956 A study of the Hindu Disposition of Property Act. 1865 Designing a Uniform set of Succession Laws for India Commissioner of Income Tax v. Gomedalli Lakshminarayan AIR 1935 Bom 412: A critical study Ouster from Coparcenary: Grounds. 1916 Gender Equality under the Hindu Succession Act .
1948 Concept of Gift in Muslim Law Validity of a Gift of Mushaa . A critical study of the Changes brought about by the 2005 amendment in the Hindu Succession Act Guardianship: Meaning and Scope in Indian Laws Minority: Legal Implications of the Term A study of the Hindu Code.1956 Maintenance of Muslim Women: A critical study in the light of the Shah Bano Judgment Grounds for disqualification from inheritance under the Hindu Succession Act of 1956 Testamentary Succession : An analysis in the Indian Context An examination of the term “after” in Section 6 of the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act. Problems pertaining to diversity of succession laws in India Renocants of Pondicherry and their law relating to succession of property Doctrine of Pious Obligations and current trends in the concept Trading Families in India and their legal status Concept of Antecedent Debts in Hindu Law CARA Guidelines: Are they sufficient to resolve problems pertaining to adoption of Children from India? Home Observation Reports and their relevance in adoption Children in Need of Care and Protection under the JJ Act Custody of children during pendency of divorce proceedings Succession to the Property of a Female Intestate under the Hindu Succession Act of 1956 Rules for Succession to the property of a male Intestate under the Hindu Succession Act.
Hiba-bil-Iwaz: Meaning and Validity Differentiating Gifts from Grants in Muslim Law Revocation of Gifts in Muslim Law The Role of Consent in Wasiyat (Wills in Muslim Law) Hindu Joint Family: A Jurisprudential Study Status of Oral Wills in Islam Revocation of a valid will Differences among Shias and Sunnis in the law of Wills The Concept of Marz-ul-Maut in Islam Differences between Shia and Sunni law of inheritance Fundamental differences between Hindu and Muslim Law of Inheritance Conditions qualifying as disqualifications from inheritance in Muslim Law Illegitimate child and his/her right to property in Muslim Law Evolution of the principle of best interest in the international domain Child Welfare Committee and its role in securing the best interest of children Adoption of children and abuse of child rights Equity in the Muslim Law of Succession Gender rights and the Law of Succession in Islam Precursors to the 2005 amendment and the resultant recognition of Women as Coparceners in Hindu Law Notional Partition: Meaning and Implications Persons authorised to call for Partition in Hindu Law Partition as a tool to veto the command of the Karta Relevance of the Doctrine of Relation Back in Partition .
Manner of Effecting a Partition Partial Partition of Joint family Property Procedure involved in Re-opening of Partition After-born son and his position in the Joint Family Persons having a share in the property during partition Understanding Partition by Metes and Bounds Reunion: Concept and Relevance Should the Karta be entitled to remuneration for the services rendered by him in the joint family? Is there a need to redefine the qualifications. A critical analysis of Elizabeth Dinshaw’s case A critique of Rosy Jacob’s case Reasons for preference to In-country Adoption: Resultant Advantages and Disadvantages Live-in relationships and their impact on Hindu Succession Succession Laws among Christians in Goa . powers and position of the Karta? Opinion of the Child and its role in determining the best interest of the child in custody cases Limitations on the powers of the Testamentary Guardian Conceptualising Custody in the light of child rights Interpreting “welfare” of the child under section 13 of the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act.