FAMILY LAW
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FAMILY LAW (1)

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Wednesday, 23 March 2011 07:04

HINDU LAW

Written by Administrator

1    In respect of family relations, the law applicable in India is:
[Uttaranchal PCS (J) (Prel.) 2002]
(a)    Secular law in India
(b)    Statutory law
(c)    Religious law
(d)    Personal law of the parties.
2    Where a Hindu who has a wife living adopts a child, the said wife is called:
(a)    The natural mother of the child.
(b)    The adoptive mother of the child
(c)    The step mother of the child.
(d)    None of the above.
3    Maintenance application under Section 18(2) of the HAMA is filed in:
(a)    Matrimonial court
(b)    District court
(c)    High Court
(d)    Any of the above.
4.    A Hindu’s widow if there are more than one, shall take:
(a)    One share each
(b)    One share for all the widows
(c)    One share each to the maximum of two shares if there are more than two widows.
(d)    None of the above.
5    The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 came into force on:
[Uttaranchal PCS (J) (Prel.) 2002]
(a)    1st January, 1955
(b)    1st May, 1955
(c)    26th January, 1955
(d)    16th May, 1955

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Ans.    1. (d)    2.  (b)         3. (b)         4. (b)       5.(d)

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