The new edition of this book of high acclaim freely expresses the belief that a considerable portion of Muslim Law, with special reference to the Law of Marriage that covers Talak and not only Triple Talak, is not in tune and accord with the provisions of the Constitution. The book hits out at the lukewarm attitude to the absence of Uniform Civil Code in India whose Constitution, as evidenced by its Article 44, outstrips the all-pervasive sancitity of diverse Personal Laws.
Key Features :
• Uniform Civil Code
• Inter-religious marriage
• Liability of divorcing husband
• Discrimination against women
• Mother’s right to guardianship