This section-wise study of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 has been immensely popular amongst the legal fraternity and the general public as well, since the publication of its first edition. Each section is divided into synopsis and headings wherein the author has attempted to interpret, assess, and evaluate the up to date case law.
A table of cases at the beginning of the book and various related acts in the appendices at the end of the book further add to the utility of the book. Also the author has provided specimens of standard forms to enable filing of petition in the Court.
A new chapter on the law relating to transfer of cases in matrimonial disputes has been added to the book.
This scholarly commentary on a matter of socio-personal importance is a must read for not only the practicing lawyer, judges and advocates but also for all those concerned with the Hindu Marriage law in general. A valuable addition to any library.