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Category: Indian Divorce Act 1869

Indian Divorce Act 1869 (full text)

Indian Divorce Act 1869 The Indian Divorce Act 1869 is an Act to amend the law relating to Divorce and Matrimonial Causes. Preamble WHEREAS it is expedient to amend the law relating to the divorce of personsprofessing the Christian religion, and to confer upon certain Courts jurisdiction in matters matrimonial; . . . Read more

Section 61 Indian Divorce Act 1869

Section 61 Indian Divorce Act Section 61 of the Indian Divorce Act 1869 is about Bar of suit for criminal conversation. It is under CHAPTER XIV (MISCELLANEOUS) of the Act. Bar of suit for criminal conversation After this Act comes into operation, no person competent to present a petition under . . . Read more

Section 60 Indian Divorce Act 1869

Section 60 Indian Divorce Act Section 60 of the Indian Divorce Act 1869 is about Decree for separation or protection-order valid as to persons dealing with wife before reversal. It is under CHAPTER XIV (MISCELLANEOUS) of the Act. Decree for separation or protection-order valid as to persons dealing with wife . . . Read more

Section 59 Indian Divorce Act 1869

Section 59 Indian Divorce Act Section 59 of the Indian Divorce Act 1869 is about English Minister refusing to perform ceremony to permit use of his Church. It is under CHAPTER XIII (RE-MARRIAGE) of the Act. English Minister refusing to perform ceremony to permit use of his Church When any . . . Read more

Section 58 Indian Divorce Act 1869

Section 58 Indian Divorce Act Section 58 of the Indian Divorce Act 1869 is about English clergyman not compelled to solemnize marriages of persons divorced for adultery. It is under CHAPTER XIII (RE-MARRIAGE) of the Act. English clergyman not compelled to solemnize marriages of persons divorced for adultery No clergyman . . . Read more

Section 56 Indian Divorce Act 1869

Section 56 Indian Divorce Act Section 56 of the Indian Divorce Act 1869 is about Appeal to the Supreme Court. It is under CHAPTER XII (PROCEDURE) of the Act.  Appeal to the Supreme Court Any person may appeal to 1[the Supreme Court] from any decree (other than a decree nisi) or order . . . Read more