Distinction between void and voidable marriage
By Mayank ShekharPublished on 11 Jun 2017 3:36 AM GMT
Distinction between void and voidable marriage Marriage is the voluntary union of one man with one woman to the exclusion of all others, satisfied by the solemnisation of the marriage. The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 provides for three types of marriages: Valid Void and Voidable. The difference between these three relates to the pre-marriage impediments to marriage which… Read More »
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