Family Law in India

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Kluwer Law International, 2010 - Law - 314 pages
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When a video of ten-year-old Louie Burger is aired on famous comedian Lou Lafferman’s TV show, Louie is sure that his days of being a class B.U.R.P. (Boy Used to Ridicule and Put-downs) are gone and that his popularity will skyrocket. But his fifteen minutes of fame are over before he even realizes it, and he’s suddenly back to being regular Louie. He tries to come up with ways to bump up his popularity, such as having the best Halloween costume. But Louie soon learns that in the end, friendship is more important than popularity anyway.

This sequel to The Barftastic Life of Louie Burger, with its fun boy humor and copious line art (fifty illustrations!), is sure to satisfy.

 

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Contents

List of Abbreviations
19
General Introduction
25
2 Historical Background of Family and Succession Law
38
3 Sources of Family and Succession Law
52
Selected Bibliography
69
1 Definition of a Person
73
2 ParsiLaw
80
3 Minors Responsibility for Torts
86
Adoption
172
4 Effects of Adoption
181
Parental Authority
188
Guardianship
193
Kinship and Relationship of Affinity
204
Matrimonial Property Law
211
Succession Law
225
3 The System of Descent
232

Names
93
Nationality
95
Mentally Handicapped Persons
101
Family Law
107
3 Formalities of Marriage
116
4 Effects of Marriage
120
Divorce
128
2 Procedure
146
Cohabitation without Marriage
164
4 Representation
267
3 The Joint Will
273
7 Interpretation of Will
279
2 Donations
285
Acquisition and Administration of the Estate
289
List of Enactments and Rules
301
General Index
309
Copyright

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