Family Law

Matrimonial law, also referred to as family law or native relations law, is a branch of the law that deals with domestic and family matters, including adoption, divorce, child custody and support, and other issues. The Muslim family law legislation that was implemented in British India continued to regulate personal standing after India was partitioned in 1947. In order to assess the personal status laws that applied in the new state and identify any areas that required change, a seven-member Commission on Marriage and Family Laws was created in 1955. In 1956, the Commission presented its report, which included a number of reform recommendations, one of which was to treat all triple talaqs—aside from the third of the three—as a single, revocable repudiation.

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