Institutes of Mussalman Law; A Treatise on Personal Law According to the Hanafite School, with References to Original Arabic Sources and Decided Cases from 1795 to 1906. by Nawab A. F. M. Abdur Rahman

Institutes of Mussalman Law; A Treatise on Personal Law According to the Hanafite School, with References to Original Arabic Sources and Decided Cases from 1795 to 1906. by Nawab A. F. M. Abdur Rahman

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...CHAPTER V. IDDAT OR TERM Or' I'ROBATION. MAINTENANCE OF THE WIFE DURING IDDAT. (Arts. 310--331.) SUCTION I. WIVES SUBJECTED TO IDDAT. Art. 310. Iddal1 or term of probation while it lasts is an impediment to marriage." It is incumbent on every wife separated from her husband after actual consummation of the marriage, whether such marriage is valid or radically void. It is also incumbent after a regular3 or irregular retirement with the husband, so long as the marriage is valid. It is incumbent, whether the separation is due to a revocable repudiation, or to an irrevocable repudiation, ' perfect or imperfect, or to a repudiation or judicial separation pronounced in consequence of the husband's inipotency, or his oath of imprecation,3 inferiority of dower,4 exercise of option at puberty, or to the annulment of a marriage that is void, or the husband's death, even where he dies before consummation in the case of a valid marriage. Cases in which Iddat is incumbent. 1 Retreat. 'Se Bk. I, Chap. HI. See Art. 227. Notes Radd-ul-Mahtftr, Vol. 2, p. (550; Bahrr-ul-Rayek, Vol. 4, p. 140; Fatawa-i-Alamgiri, Vol. 2, p. 157. Baillie, 13k. 3, Chap. 12, p. 350 Hamilton's Heduyah, Vol 1, Bk. 4, Chap. 12. p. 128; Zaidu-nil-Ambani, Vol. 1, p. 426; Clavel, Vol. 1, pp. 253, 254. lddat is defined in tbe Hedayah to be tbe term of probation incumbent upon a woman in consequence of tbe dissolution of marriage after cama! c onnection; tbe most approved definition of iddal. is the term by tbe completion of which a new marriage is rendered lawful--In the matter of J fin Muhammad, 1. L. R., 5 All., 220, /t Muhmood, J. (1882). Art. 311. The duration of lddat consequent upon For women repudiation,5 is three full periods of her courses, for Uotattained a Muslim...show more

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  • English
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  • 123687580X
  • 9781236875808