The Muslim Law Mains Question Answer Series Part 3, includes a comprehensive set of questions for Muslim Law, including modules such as Dower/Mehr, Iddat, and Judicial Separation and Divorce in Muslims. 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… Read More »

The Muslim Law Mains Question Answer Series Part 3, includes a comprehensive set of questions for Muslim Law, including modules such as Dower/Mehr, Iddat, and Judicial Separation and Divorce in Muslims.

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.

With our amazing up-to-date notes and case laws, Legal Bites provides you with the best study material on this subject. The course is broken down into 10 modules to give readers a thorough understanding of Muslim law. The parts were created with the goal of providing students with an in-depth understanding of every subject of Muslim law.

Students will have an advantage while competing in national-level competitions and exams thanks to the well-researched random articles and the 10-part series of important questions near the end of the course. For aspiring lawyers, our study materials offer the secret to success.

Muslim Law Mains Question Series Part III

Question 1

Whether a husband can successfully sue his wife for restitution of conjugal rights when he has not paid the prompt Dower? Will it make any difference in your answer where she had the sex with her free consent before such a suit by her husband? Refer to a leading decision on the point. [BJS 1987]

Question 2

P, a Muslim male while marrying Q, a Muslim female, agreed to pay Q Rs. 25,000 as dower, half of which was prompt and the other half deferred. P died without consummation of marriage or valid retirement. Is Q entitled to dower, if so, how much? [HJS 1984]

Question 3

Write a short note on Mehar-i-Misal. [HJS 1996]

Question 4

Write a short note on Non-payment of prompt dower. [HJS 1998]

Question 5

With the help of decided cases, write a critical note on the following:

Widow's right of retention of husband's estate in lieu of dower. Whether this right is heritable or transferable, or both. [HJS 1999]

Question 6

A Muslim executed a deed in favour his wife whereby he grants certain immovable property to her in lieu of her dower but possession is not delivered to her. What is the nature and validity of this transaction? [HJS 2000]

Question 7

State the nature and kinds of Mahr. Whether a Muslim widow can retain her husband's property in lieu of Mahr? Whether the right to receive Mahr and enjoyment of the property is transferable or heritable. Discuss with the help of Maina Bibi's Case. [HJS 2003]Question 8

Draw distinction between Stridhan and dower. [HJS 2009]

Question 9

What is meant by "specific dower"? [DJS 1976]

Question 10

"Dower" is an invaluable right of a Muslim wife. Comment. What are the different types of "dower? [DJS 2005]

Question 11

Question 12

Write a note on Prompt and deferred dower. [UPJS 1992]

Question 13

Question 14

Examine the validity of marriage with a woman undergoing iddat. [RJS 2014]

Question 15

Heena, a Muslim widow, re-marries within 30 days of the death of her husband. Justify it. [UPJS 2013]

Question 16

Critically examine the law of divorce in Islam and elaborate upon Talaq-ul-Biddat analyzing the judicial interpretation pertaining to the validity of Triple Talaq. [HJS 2019]

Question 17

Write short notes on Hasan Talaq. [HJS 2019]

Question 18

Distinguish between "Talaq-ul-biddat" and Talaq-ul-sunnat' and state when 'Talaq' becomes irrevocable. [BJS 1987]

Question 19

Two Muslims A and B were married on 18.6.85. it was agreed by the parties that if A took a second wife, B will have a right to pronounce divorce to herself. A took a second wife on 10.4.87. B pronounced divorce on 20.4.87. Is it a valid divorce? [HJS 1988]

Question 20

The husband is not providing maintenance to his wife because of her refusal to live with him. State whether the wife can claim a decree of dissolution of marriage under the Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act, 1993. Refer to decided cases. [HJS 1998]


Updated On 2022-09-09T20:14:09+05:30
Mayank Shekhar

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