Muslim Law Mains Question Answer Series 2: Important Questions for Judiciary, APO & University Exams | Part – II of X
The Muslim Law Mains Question Answer Series 2 includes a comprehensive set of questions for Muslim Law, including modules such as Nature, Essentials and Bars to Muslims Marriage, Khilwat-us-Sahiha/Valid Retirement, and Dower/Mehr. Muslim law, also known as Islamic law, is believed to have originated from the divine, as opposed to man-made rules enacted by legislators and controlled by… Read More »
The Muslim Law Mains Question Answer Series 2 includes a comprehensive set of questions for Muslim Law, including modules such as Nature, Essentials and Bars to Muslims Marriage, Khilwat-us-Sahiha/Valid Retirement, and Dower/Mehr.
Muslim law, also known as Islamic law, is believed to have originated from the divine, as opposed to man-made rules enacted by legislators and controlled by the principles of current legal systems. Islam denotes surrender to God’s will and includes the concepts of peace, purity, salvation, and obedience. Muslims believe that Allah is the sole god.
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Muslim Law Mains Question Answer Series 2
‘Marriage among Mohammedans is not a sacrament, but purely a civil contract.’ Discuss this statement with reference to the contractual nature of a Muslim marriage. [HJS 1986]
Examine the validity of the following: [HJS 1996]
- A Muslim male marries the daughter of his own stepmother from his previous husband.
- A Sunni Muslim boy of 16 years marries a Christian woman of 81 years.
- A marries the daughter of his own wife from his previous husband.
- A Sunni girl marries a Christian male.
- A Shia male marries a Christian girl.
In Abdul Kadir v. Salima(1886) 8 All 149, Justice Mahmood stated, “Marriage among Muslims is not a sacrament but purely a civil contract.” On the other hand, another noted scholar of Muslim Law, Abdul Rahim sates that marriage among Muslim is both an Ibadat (devotional act) as well as muamlat (dealing among men). In light of these statements, discuss the exact of Nikah, pointing out its essential features and referring to case-law wherever required. [HJS 2013]
Whether a Muslim girl below the age of 18 years could contract a valid marriage-Nikah-without the consent of her parents. Explain in the light of the basic principle of Islamic jurisprudence. [HJS 2015]
M married H who was undergoing iddat. On the death of M after three years of the marriage, H claimed share in the property according to Mohammedan law. Other heirs resisted the claim on the plea that the marriage was void. [DJS 1979]
Akbar an NRI resides in London offers to marry Waheeda in Delhi by a long-distance call over the phone. Waheeda accepts the offer on phone. Is this a valid marriage under Muslim Law? Discuss. [DJS 1996]
What is dower (Meher) in Muslim Law and what are its various forms? Discuss the above explaining the Muslim widow’s right of retention of husband’s estate in lieu of her dower claim. [HJS 1988, Punj JS 1995(II), JIS 2017, UPJS 2018, BJS 2018]
What is the procedure for granting divorce under Mohammedan Law? Whether a wife can give divorce to her husband under the Mohammedan Law? [Punj JS 1995(II)]
‘State briefly the Muslim Law of Dower’. How far does it differ from the Hindu Law of Maintenance? A husband agrees to give his wife as Dower next years crops. The Wife files a suit to recover the same. Decide the suit. [BJS 1977]
Dower is the sum of money or other property, which the wife if entitled to receive from the husband in consideration of the marriage. Discuss fully and point out how and under what conditions the wife can remit the whole or part of her dower. [BJS 1978]