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HINDU MARRIAGE ACT - 1955
SUBHAN BANDE
ADVOCATE
KADAPA
Video Lecture
subhanbande@gmail.com
Contents
 Application of Act
 Conditions of Hindu Marriage
o Conditions
o Ceremonies
 Nullity of Hindu Marriage
o Void ...
Application of Act (Sec-2)
 The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 applicable to all Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Sikhs.
 Who is H...
Conditions of a Hindu Marriage (Sec-5)
To constitute a Hindu Marriage, it should fulfill the following conditions along wi...
Prohibited Degrees of Relationship
[Sec-3(g)]
(Summarized by Dr. Mahmood)
SN For Men For Women
1 Mother. Father.
2 Grand-m...
Sapinda Relationship [Sec. 3 (f)]
Sapinda Relationship - with reference to any person extends as far as
 the third genera...
Ceremonies of a Hindu Marriage (Sec-7)
Marriage Ceremonies (Sec- 7)
 A Hindu marriage may be solemnized in accordance wit...
Registration of Marriage (Sec-8)
Registration of Marriage (Sec-8)
 For the purpose of facilitating the proof of Hindu Mar...
Nullity of Hindu Marriage
Void Marriage (Sec. 11)
Void Marriage (Sec. 11)
A Hindu Marriage can be dissolved as null and vo...
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Any marriage solemnized shall be voidable and may be annulled by a decree of nullity on any of
the following grounds.
...
Legal Consequences of
Void & Voidable Marriage
 Legitimacy of Children
The children of void and voidable marriage would b...
Restitution of Conjugal Rights (Sec.9)
Conditions for Restitution of
Conjugal Rights
This relief is available for Husband ...
Judicial Separation (Sec. 10)
Judicial Separation means suspension of conjugal rights for sometime i.e. one year.
Grounds ...
Consequences of Judicial Separation
 Marriage tie is not dissolved.
 After passing of the decree of Judicial Separation,...
Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com
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Divorce (Sec. 13)
 Grounds Available for both Husband & Wife (Sec-13 ...
Divorce (Sec. 13)
Grounds Available for ‘Wife’ alone (Sec-13(2))
 Husband has been guilty of Rape, Sodomy or Bestiality
(...
Divorce (Sec. 13)
 # Smt. Rani Banik vs. Pradip Kumar Banik (AIR 1999 Guj. 139)
The mere vague allegation that the behavi...
Divorce by Mutual Consent (Sec. 13-B)
 Divorce by Mutual Consent – means both the parties agree to dissolve their
marriag...
Other Important Provisions
 Sec-22:
Every proceeding under this Act shall be conducted in camera and it shall
not be prin...
Jurisdiction
 Sec-19: Court to which petition shall be presented
Every petition shall be presented to the District Court ...
Divorced persons when may marry again?
(Sec-15)
 When a marriage has been dissolved by a decree of divorce and –
 There ...
Maintenance (Sec-24 & 25)
Sec-24: Maintenance “pendente lite” & expenses of proceedings
Essential Conditions:
 Proceeding...
Maintenance (Sec-24 & 25)
Sec-25: Permanent Alimony and Maintenance
 At the time of passing decree or any time subsequent...
 Smt. Pramila Bhatia vs. Vijaya Kumar Bhatia (AIR 2000 Raj. 362)
Husband is unemployed and dependent on his mother – wife...
Custody of Children (Sec-26)
 As per the wishes of the minor children….
 Court may pass the orders for custody
 The cou...
Punishments (Sec-17 & 18)
Sec-17: Punishment for Bigamy
 Punishment as per the provisions of Sec-494 & 495 of Indian Pena...
Punishments (Sec-17 & 18)
Sec-18: Punishment for contravention of certain other conditions for a Hindu
Marriage
 Age of t...
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For latest updates on various law topics,
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  1. 1. HINDU MARRIAGE ACT - 1955 SUBHAN BANDE ADVOCATE KADAPA Video Lecture subhanbande@gmail.com
  2. 2. Contents  Application of Act  Conditions of Hindu Marriage o Conditions o Ceremonies  Nullity of Hindu Marriage o Void Marriage o Voidable Marriage  Remedies Available o Judicial Separation o Restitution of Conjugal Rights o Divorce o Maintenance/Alimony  Custody of Children  Other Important Provisions  Punishments Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 2
  3. 3. Application of Act (Sec-2)  The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 applicable to all Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Sikhs.  Who is Hindu?  Hindu by Religion (in any of its forms or developments – Virashaiva, Lingayat; followers of Brahmo, Prathana or Arya Samaj)  Hindu by Conversion (any persons who are converts or reconverts to the Hindu, Buddhist, Jaina or Sikh religion)  Hindu by Birth (any child, legitimate or illegitimate, both of whose parents are Hindu, Buddhist, Jaina or Sikh religion; any child, one of whose parents is a Hindu, Buddhist, Jaina or Sikh religion and who is brought up as Hindu). # Maneka Gandhi vs. Indira Gandhi (AIR 1985 Del 114) Note: The Act applies to any other person (domiciled in the territories to which the Act extends) who is not a Muslim, Christian, Parsi or Jew by religion. Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 3
  4. 4. Conditions of a Hindu Marriage (Sec-5) To constitute a Hindu Marriage, it should fulfill the following conditions along with additional conditions. Conditions  Monogamy [Sec-5(i)]  Valid Consent of the Parties & Soundness of mind [Sec-5(ii)(a, b & c)]  Age of Parties [Sec-5(iii)] - (21 years for bridegroom & 18 years for bride at the time of marriage)  Parties are not within the Degrees of Prohibited Relationship [Sec-5(iv)]  No Sapinda Relationship [Sec-5(v)] o Balaswami Reddiar vs. Balakrishna Reddiar (Marriage with daughter’s daughter – invalid marriage) o AIR 1996 Mad. 150 (Respondent failed to prove that marriage was in accordance with Hindu customary rites – invalid marriage) Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 4
  5. 5. Prohibited Degrees of Relationship [Sec-3(g)] (Summarized by Dr. Mahmood) SN For Men For Women 1 Mother. Father. 2 Grand-mother howsoever high. Grand-father howsoever high. 3 Former wife of father/grand-father howsoever high. Former husband of mother/grand-mother howsoever high. 4 Former wife of son/grand-son howsoever high. Former husband of daughter/grand-daughter howsoever high. 5 Former wife of brother Brother of former husband. 6 Former wife of either parent’s brother. Nephew of former husband. 7 Former wife of grand-parent’s brother. Grand-nephew of former husband. 8 Sister. Brother. 9 Either parent’s sister. Either parent’s brother. 10 Daughter of a brother/sister. Son of a brother/sister. 11 Daughter of either parent’s brother. Son of either parent’s brother. 12 Daughter of either parent’s sister. Son of either parent’s sister. Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 5
  6. 6. Sapinda Relationship [Sec. 3 (f)] Sapinda Relationship - with reference to any person extends as far as  the third generation (inclusive) in the line of ascent through the mother, and  the fifth (inclusive) in the line of ascent through the father,  the line being traced upward in each case from the person concerned, who is to be counted as the first generation. Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 6
  7. 7. Ceremonies of a Hindu Marriage (Sec-7) Marriage Ceremonies (Sec- 7)  A Hindu marriage may be solemnized in accordance with the customary rites and ceremonies of either party thereto.  Saptapadi (A marriage becomes complete and binding when the seventh step is taken).  Devain Achi vs. Chidambara Chettiar (Marriage is performed by Anti Purohit Association not as per Hindu rites and customs – invalid marriage)  Ram Saran Vs. Mahabir Sewak (Marriage to a Sward - invalid marriage)  Dr. AN Mukerji Vs. State (Marriage is performed in presence of the Moon – Mere Exchanging of Garlands in Temple - Gurugrand Saheb - invalid marriage) Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 7
  8. 8. Registration of Marriage (Sec-8) Registration of Marriage (Sec-8)  For the purpose of facilitating the proof of Hindu Marriages, the State Government may make rules providing that the parties to any such marriage may have the particulars relating to their marriage entered in such manner and subject to such conditions as may be prescribed in a Hindu Marriage Register kept for the purpose.  The Hindu Marriage Register shall at all reasonable times be open for inspection, and shall be admissible as evidence.  On application and with the prescribed fee, the Registrar shall give certified extracts to the parties.  The Government of Andhra Pradesh enacted “the Andhra Pradesh Compulsory Registration of Marriages Act, 2002”.  Seema vs. Ashwini Kumar (2006 (2) SCC 578) (SC held – marriages of all persons should be made compulsorily registerable) Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 8
  9. 9. Nullity of Hindu Marriage Void Marriage (Sec. 11) Void Marriage (Sec. 11) A Hindu Marriage can be dissolved as null and void, on a petition presented by either party thereto against the other party on any of the following THREE grounds.  Bigamy [Sec-5(i)]  Sapinda Relationship [Sec-5(iv)]  Prohibited Degrees of Relationship [Sec-5(v)] Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 9
  10. 10. 10 Any marriage solemnized shall be voidable and may be annulled by a decree of nullity on any of the following grounds.  Impotency [Sec-12(1)(a)]  Mrs. Rita vs. Mr. Balkrishan Nijhawan – lack of ability to intercourse – amounts to impotency  Shewanti vs. Baburao – Not begetting children- Not amount to impotency  Unsoundness of mind [Sec-12 (1)(b)]  Alka Sharma vs. Abhinesh Chandra Sharma – unable to handle domestic appliances, urinated in presence of family members – amounts to unsoundness of mind  Use of force or fraud to obtain consent (from party or from his/her guardian [Sec-12 (1) (c)]  Exceptions: 1. No remedy after ONE YEAR; 2. After removal of the force or after discovery of fraud – Parties lived together  Madhusudhan vs. Smt. Chandrika – concealment of venereal disease – amounts to fraud  Babai Panmato vs. RA Singh – 60 y’s man married 18 y’s girl under a belief that his age as 25 years – fraud  Pregnancy by someone at the time of marriage [Sec-12 (1) (d)]  Essentials: 1. He was ignorant of the fact; 2. Within one year of the marriage, 3. No marital intercourse between them.  Mahendra vs. Sushila Bai – baby was born after 171 days of marriage- Voidable marriage Nullity of Hindu Marriage Voidable Marriage (Sec. 12) Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com
  11. 11. Legal Consequences of Void & Voidable Marriage  Legitimacy of Children The children of void and voidable marriage would be legitimate – Section-16  Position of Woman Maintenance of woman during the time she does not remarry - Sections 24 and 25. Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 11
  12. 12. Restitution of Conjugal Rights (Sec.9) Conditions for Restitution of Conjugal Rights This relief is available for Husband as well as Wife  Valid Marriage  Withdrawal from Society  Without Reasonable Cause  Aggrieved party may apply  By Petition to the District Court  No Legal Ground to deny the Relief (On Satisfaction of the Court with regard to truth of the statements) Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 12  Ramesh Chandra vs. Prema Lata, AIR 1979 M.P. 15 Temporary withdrawal does not amount to withdrawal.  Lad Kumwar vs. Jugdish, AIR 1979 Raj. 197 In a petition by the husband for restitution of conjugal rights, the wife’s counter-claim for judicial separation can be decreed.  AIR 1984 SC 1562 = 1984 (4) SCC 90 Section-9 is not violative of Article 14 and 21 of Indian Constitution and is constitutionally valid.
  13. 13. Judicial Separation (Sec. 10) Judicial Separation means suspension of conjugal rights for sometime i.e. one year. Grounds available for both Husband & Wife  Adultery  Cruelty  Desertion (not less than 2 years)  Conversion  Unsoundness of mind  Leprosy (virulent and incurable form)  Venereal disease  Renunciation of world  Presumed death (unheard 7 years) Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 13 Grounds Available to Wife alone  Husband has been guilty of Rape, Sodomy or Bestiality (since the solemnization of the marriage)  Non-resumption of cohabitation after decree/order of maintenance for one year or upwards (under Sec.-18 of the Hindu Adoptions & Maintenance Act-1956 or under Sec-125 of Cr.P.C.)  Her marriage solemnized before she attained 15 years of age (she can repudiate the marriage before attaining the age of 18 years)
  14. 14. Consequences of Judicial Separation  Marriage tie is not dissolved.  After passing of the decree of Judicial Separation, the husband and wife are not bound to live together.  Either spouse shall not marry during that period.  Either spouse eligible to alimony.  Mutual rights & obligations arising from the marriage are suspended and rights & duties prescribed by the decree are substituted therefor. Judicial Separation (Sec. 10) Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 14 1995 (1) DMC 67 – A ground which cannot be a ground for divorce, cannot operate as a ground for judicial separation.
  15. 15. Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 15 Divorce (Sec. 13)  Grounds Available for both Husband & Wife (Sec-13 (1)) 1. Adultery [Sec-13(1)(i)] (Subbarama Reddy vs. Saraswati – found his wife with unrelated person in the bedroom - adultery; Playing jokes, accompanying in Cinema Hall, Love Letters– Not amount to adultery) 2. Cruelty [Sec-13(1)(ia)] – Physical & Mental 3. Desertion [Sec-13(1)(ib)] (not less than 2 years) (Bipin Chandra vs. Prabhavathi) 4. Conversion [Sec-13(1)(ii)] 5. Insanity [Sec-13(1)(iii)] (# Ram Narayan vs. Rameswari) o Mental Disorder [Sec-13(1)(iii)(a)] – mental illness, disability of mind and schizophrenia o Psychopathic Disorder [Sec-13(1)(iii)(b)] – abnormally aggressive or seriously irresponsible conduct 6. Virulent and Incurable Leprosy [Sec-13(1)(iv)] (#Annapurna vs. Nabakishore) 7. Venereal Disease [Sec-13(1)(v)] 8. Renunciation of World [Sec-13(1)(vi)] 9. Unheard for 7 years [Sec-13(1)(vii)] 10. No cohabitation for 1 year or upwards after passing of decree for Judicial Separation [Sec-13(1-A)(i)] 11. No restitution of conjugal rights for 1 year or upwards after passing of a decree for Restitution of Conjugal Rights [Sec-13(1-A)(ii)] Repeated beating, burning, stabbing, causing fracture, starvation, illegal confinement, having undesirable relations with some other person, refusal to cook for husband & insulting him, charge by wife without medical evidence that erectile dysfunction, voluntary abortion, burring doctoral thesis, threatening to commit suicide No petition for divorce to be presented within one year (Sec-14)
  16. 16. Divorce (Sec. 13) Grounds Available for ‘Wife’ alone (Sec-13(2))  Husband has been guilty of Rape, Sodomy or Bestiality (since the solemnization of the marriage)  Non-resumption of cohabitation after decree/order of maintenance for one year or upwards (under Sec.-18 of the Hindu Adoptions & maintenance Act-1956 or under Sec-125 of Cr.P.C.)  Her marriage solemnized before she attained 15 years of age (she can repudiate the marriage before attaining the age of 18 years) Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 16
  17. 17. Divorce (Sec. 13)  # Smt. Rani Banik vs. Pradip Kumar Banik (AIR 1999 Guj. 139) The mere vague allegation that the behaviour of wife towards husband’s mother and brother was rude – it is not sufficient to establish cruelty.  Smt. Anita vs. Rathore (AIR 1999 MP 218) The wife had administered sleeping pills to husband, and she had indulged in extra marital relationship - it will amount to cruelty.  # AIR 2000 HP 73 False allegations of harassment, physical assault, not providing maintenance, extra marital relations with rich woman against husband – it will amount to cruelty.  # AIR 1999 Raj. 46 Demanding dowry – amounts to cruelty.  # AIR 1996 Mad. 262 Mere allegations by husband without details may not be sufficient to prove adultery. Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 17
  18. 18. Divorce by Mutual Consent (Sec. 13-B)  Divorce by Mutual Consent – means both the parties agree to dissolve their marriage.  Requisites  Both the spouses should file the petition for divorce jointly.  The parties have been living separately for more than one year preceding the date of filing the petition.  They have not been living together.  They mutually agree to dissolve the marriage. Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 18
  19. 19. Other Important Provisions  Sec-22: Every proceeding under this Act shall be conducted in camera and it shall not be printed or published. (Exception – Judgements of HC & SC with prior permission)  Appeals from Decrees and Orders (Sec-28) Every appeal shall be preferred within a period of 90 days from the date of the decree or order. Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 19
  20. 20. Jurisdiction  Sec-19: Court to which petition shall be presented Every petition shall be presented to the District Court within the local limits of whose ordinary original jurisdiction……………… o the marriage is solemnized o the respondent resides (at the time of presentation of petition) o in case the wife is the petitioner, where she is residing o where the parties last resided together o where the petitioner (husband) resides (when the respondent (wife) has not been heard of 7 years) Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 20
  21. 21. Divorced persons when may marry again? (Sec-15)  When a marriage has been dissolved by a decree of divorce and –  There is no right of appeal against the decree, or  If the time for appealing has expired  An appeal has been presented but has dismissed Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 21
  22. 22. Maintenance (Sec-24 & 25) Sec-24: Maintenance “pendente lite” & expenses of proceedings Essential Conditions:  Proceeding must be pending in a competent court o For Restitution of Conjugal Rights / Judicial Separation / Divorce  Application for maintenance by either wife or husband  During this pendency the party cannot maintain himself/herself  Court can make any interim order as well as for payment of expenses of the proceeding  Court shall be disposed within 60 days from the date of service of notice. Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 22
  23. 23. Maintenance (Sec-24 & 25) Sec-25: Permanent Alimony and Maintenance  At the time of passing decree or any time subsequent thereto, on application…..  Court orders the respondent to pay the maintenance to the applicant in the form of…. o Gross sum or o Monthly payment or o Periodical sum  For a term not exceeding the life of the applicant  At any time even after passing the decree, the court may vary, modify or rescind any such orders. Note: o Remarriage (of wife or husband) – No maintenance o If the wife has not remained chaste – No maintenance o If the husband has had sexual intercourse with any women outside wedlock – No maintenance Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 23
  24. 24.  Smt. Pramila Bhatia vs. Vijaya Kumar Bhatia (AIR 2000 Raj. 362) Husband is unemployed and dependent on his mother – wife is not entitled to maintenance  Sandeep Chaudhary vs. Radha Chaudhary (AIR 1999 SC 536) Maintenance awarded under Sec-125 of Cr.P.C. to be adjusted against the amount awarded under Sec-24 of this Act.  Lokeswari vs. Srinivasa Rao (2000(3) ALT 130) While granting permanent alimony to a divorced wife the factors to be considered are….. o Status o Sources of income of the parties o Properties o Employment Maintenance (Sec-24 & 25) Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 24
  25. 25. Custody of Children (Sec-26)  As per the wishes of the minor children….  Court may pass the orders for custody  The court may also from time to time revoke or suspend or vary any such orders and provisions previously made. #Sardar Bhupendra Singh vs. Smt. Jasbir Kaur (AIR 2000 MP 330) Welfare of the minor is the supreme consideration in case of custody of minor children. # Padmaja Sharma vs. Ratanlal Sharma (AIR 2000 SC 1398) Where both the parents are employed they have to maintain the minor children in proportion of their salaries. Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 25
  26. 26. Punishments (Sec-17 & 18) Sec-17: Punishment for Bigamy  Punishment as per the provisions of Sec-494 & 495 of Indian Penal Code-1860.  Sec. 494: Marrying again during the life time of husband or wife……… o Imprisonment for 7 years, and fine – Non-cognizable – Bailable – Triable by magistrate of First Class - Compoundable with the permission of the court. Note: Andhra Pradesh – Cognizable – Non-bailable – Non-compoundable  Sec. 495: Same offence with concealment of former marriage……… o Imprisonment for 10 years and fine - – Non-cognizable – Bailable – Triable by magistrate of First Class – Non-compoundable Note: Andhra Pradesh – Cognizable – Non-bailable – Non-compoundable Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 26
  27. 27. Punishments (Sec-17 & 18) Sec-18: Punishment for contravention of certain other conditions for a Hindu Marriage  Age of the Parties o Bride – below 18 years imprisonment for 2 years or o Bridegroom – below 21 years fine which may extend to Rs. 1 lakh or with both.  Marriage between parties of prohibited degrees of relationship imprisonment for 1 month fine which may extends to Rs. 1000 or with both Adv. Subhan Bande, Kadapa. subhanbande@gmail.com 27
  28. 28. For Queries….. subhanbande@gmail.com For latest updates on various law topics, subscribe to myYouTube Channel……. https://youtube.com/channel/UCbdDcaScQMn4d4J7YKQN_QA
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Essential Conditions and ceremonies of Hindu Marriage, Divorce, Divorce by Mutual Consent, Restitution of Conjugal Rights, Judicial Separation, Maintenance and Alimony, Custody of Children, Sapinda Relationship, Void, Voidable and Valid Marriage, Hindu Personal Laws

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