A Marriage Contracted without Witnesses Is Mcq

Marriage to certain close relatives is also prohibited among Muslims due to the closeness of the relationship. The prohibited relationship is as follows: 23. The option of puberty means (a) A Muslim minor girl who has been married by a guardian during the minority does not have the right to refuse such marriage at the age of puberty(b) a Muslim minor girl who has been married by a guardian during the minority has the right to refuse such marriage at the age of puberty(C) a Muslim minor girl, who has been married by a guardian during the minority has the right to have such a marriage only at the age of puberty with the authorization of the court (d) a Muslim minor girl who has been married by a guardian during the minority may resume such a marriage with the consent of her husband due to the absence of formality or the presence of an obstacle, it is possible to remedy it, a marriage becomes irregular, but this irregularity is not of a permanent nature and can be eliminated. Thus, marriage itself is not illegal. It can be made valid as soon as the prohibitions are resolved. Marriage in such circumstances or with the following prohibitions is called “Fasid”. 12. The essential aspects of a Muslim marriage do not include:(a) Valid offer and acceptance by the parties to the marriage(b) The parties to the marriage must offer and accept the offer at the same meeting(c) The presence of at least two Muslim male witnesses (or one male witness and two female witnesses) with common sense and age of majority(d) The offer and acceptance of the marriage must be made by the Brides and the groom personally 99. If there is evidence of the term for which the marriage was established and cohabitation continues after this period 73. A Muslim marriage is invalid if the prohibition on marriage is 47 years. A Muta marriage is dissolved (a) by death (b) ipso-facto at the end of the period (c) by hiba-e-muddat (d) either (a) or (b) or (c) 38. An irregular marriage(a) establishes reciprocal inheritance rights between husband and wife if the marriage is not consummated(b) creates reciprocal inheritance rights between husband and wife, if the marriage is consummated(c) does not establish reciprocal inheritance rights between husband and wife, whether or not the marriage is consummated(d) does not create reciprocal inheritance rights between husband and wife, if the marriage is not consummated 1. A marriage of a Muslim man to a Hindu woman is:a.

validb. voidc. irregular. none of the 19 above. All irregular marriages are void under :a. Hanbalib. Shafic. Shiad.

Hanafite 40. The period of “Iddat” in Muslim law is:(a) The period during which Muslim women fast after the death of their husbands(b) The period during which Muslim women are free to leave their marriage and marry another man(c) The limitation period during which Muslim women can claim the dowry from their divorced husbands(d) The period of isolation, which must be observed by a Muslim woman whose marriage has been dissolved by divorce or death and in which she must refrain from marrying another husband.96 At the end of the duration of the Marriage Muta, the wife is a Muslim minor girl who has been married by a guardian during the minority, has the right to refuse this marriage after reaching puberty If a person is a minor, that is, has not reached the age of puberty, the consent of the guardian is required to make the marriage legal. Persons recognized as guardians under Muslim law are: (a) the father, (b) the paternal grandfather, (c) the brother or other male member of the father`s family, (d) the mother, (e) the members of the maternal relations. The right passes from one guardian to another, in the absence of the previous one, in order of priority. In the absence of one of these guardians, the marriage may be entered into by Qazi or any other government agency. 61. A marriage between a Muslim and a woman who is prohibited on the basis of affinities is 28 years old. The mere exercise of the possibility of terminating the marriage (a) does not violate the marital bond (b) violates the matrimonial bond (C) may violate the matrimonial bond if consent is given to the other party (d) either (a) or (c) 25.

For the purposes of Muslim marriage, the age at which a person reaches puberty is considered to be the age of puberty. According to Hedaya, the age of puberty is 9 years for women and 12 years for men. The Privy Council in Muhammad Ibrahim v. Atkia Begum & Anr. [ii] noted that under Muslim law, a girl is presumed to have reached the age of puberty if: (a) she has reached the age of 15 or (b) has reached the state of puberty at an earlier age. The same rule applies to a Muslim boy. Thus, it can also be said that in the absence of any opposite, it is assumed that a Muslim has reached the age of puberty at 15 years. After reaching the age of 15, the parties can give their own consent and no parental consent is required. Under Muslim law, marriage is not permitted in certain circumstances.

Restrictions/prohibitions can be divided into two parts: 59. A marriage of a Muslim man with his niece or grandniece is In a Muslim marriage, the request is called “ijab” and the same is accepted as “qubul”. A proposal must be made by or on behalf of one party and the same must be accepted by the other party. For a valid Muslim marriage, the application and acceptance must be made at the same meeting. If a proposal is made at a meeting and adopted at the second meeting, it is not considered valid. At the time of marriage, both parties should be in their good spirit. A person with an unhealthy mind is not able to enter into a contract and, in the eyes of the law, his consent is considered non-consent. Soundproofing is of two types: (a) Idiocy: It refers to a completely abnormal state of mind. People who fall into this category are incompetent to contract, and (b) madness: This is a curable mental illness. A crazy person can sign a contract at the interval of time when he behaves like a reasonable person. 70. Under Hanafi law, non-compliance with the bar association leads to illegal association leading to marriage.88 A muta marriage contract can be terminated by the husband with the same right to dissolve the marriage, but there is no legal period within which he must exercise this right This article was written by Khushi Rastogi, a student at Symbiosis Law School, Noida.

In this article, she discusses different types of Muslim marriages, registration and dissolution of marriages under Muslim law. The ideas of muta marriage can obviously be seen in our country. In India, temporary marriage is not recognized, although there are few people who enter into a muta marriage, but these marriages are not enforceable in court. Hyderabad is considered the epicenter of the practice, where marriage can be introduced for a period of only one or two days. In one case in Hyderabad, it was found that there was no difference between muta for an indefinite period and a muta for life; a permanent Nikah marriage for life can also be concluded using the word muta; The indication of the period for which a Muta marriage is concluded makes a marriage a temporary marriage for the specified period. In Muslim law, some prohibitions are relative, not absolute. If the marriage takes place in violation of such a prohibition, it is only irregular and cannot be annulled. .

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