Grounds for Divorce in Hindu and English LawF
This study traces the growth of the concept of divorce through the Dharmasastra, custom, case-law and legislation with special reference to the inter-pretation of the relevant provisions under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, pointing out how law has influenced society and vice versa. The work is comparative and presents a picture of the role played by English judicial precedent in Hindu law. For the legal profession as well as the student of modern comparative law this book should prove a valuable compact study.
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