B.A. 5th Sem Family Law-1 Important Questions 2024

In this post b.a. 5th sem family law important questions are given for 2024. 

Family Law 1 topic is taught in the 1st semester in some universities and in some universities even in the 3rd semester. 

Therefore, in these questions, questions have been given according to those semesters. 

By preparing for these questions, you can make notes for both Family Law-1 Sem 1st and Sem 3rd.

Many of these questions are asked repeatedly and hence there is a possibility that they may be asked again in the question paper of the upcoming examination. 

Use the textbook of your university to answer these questions and if you still face difficulty in answering some questions, then take the help of advanced books on this subject. 

As mentioned above, these questions were also asked in B.A LLB 3rd semester family law 1 question paper, so you can also prepare accurate answers by using the books of that semester. 

Which is useful for examination and suitable for revision in less time.

It is necessary to follow the instructions given in the question paper in the examination hall, with that you will be able to attempt all the questions. 

Because you are guided as to which questions you have to answer in how many words. 

500 words are enough for a long answer and 200 words for a short one. 

Here also, write the answers to the questions in the same way in your own words. 

The candidates are required to answer only in serial order. 

If there are many parts of a question, answer them in continuation. 

You will easily find other similar practice sets of B.A LLB family law-1 on the internet. 

You can download them and use them for your practice. 

This will increase your confidence level and also reduce exam tension. 

Let us solve these questions in order.


Family Law 1 Important Questions

Family Law - I 5th Sem Question Paper BA LLB

  • "Saptapadi is an essential ceremony of Hindu Marriage and without it, marriage is not complete". Explain.
  • Explain different kinds of marriages and divorce under Islamic Law?.
  • Distinguish between divorce and judicial separation.
  • Discuss the essential elements to be observed for a Christian marriage.
  • What is the legal status of children born out of void marriage under Hindu Law? Are they entitled to inheritance rights?.
  • Describe the procedure applicable to Christian Divorce.
  • Explain and point out the essential conditions for a valid adoption.
  • Explain the term "Natural Guardian".
  • Explain and mention the powers of the Guardian appointed by Courts. 
  • What is 'Mahr'? Discuss various types of Mahr?.
  • Explain the sources of Hindu Law.
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Sapinda Relationship (b) Irregular Marriage (c) Sources of Muslim Law.
  • Explain the maintenance of the wife.
  • Mohan, a Hindu male, marries Jasmine a Christian female. Explain the validity of the marriage.
  • Write the heirs in class 1st and class 2nd of the schedule under the Hindu Succession Act, 1956.
  • Jothi became a Christian by conversion and claimed maintenance from her Hindu husband Arbind. Is her claim valid?.
  • What do you understand by Copareenary? Discuss.
  • Distinguish between Mitakshara and Dayabhag.
  • Explain the legislation as a source of Hindu Law.
  • Explain divorce by mutual consent. 
  • Discuss various grounds for divorce under the Hindu Marriage Act, of 1955. What are the grounds available to only the wife?.
  • When can a widow's daughter-in-law claim maintenance from her father-in-law? Discuss. 
  • Name the classes of guardians defined in the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, of 1956. What are their powers? Explain. 
  • What are the essential conditions of a valid adoption? Who can be taken in adoption?.
  • 'Whether the Hindu marriage is a sacrament or a contract"? Explain with reasons. 
  • A Hindu left two widows and after his death, both widows adopted a son each. Decide the validity of adoption. 
  • Who are the dependents classified under the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, of 1956? Discuss the provisions relating to the maintenance of a widowed daughter-in-law.
  • 'A' marries 'B', a woman undergoing iddat at the time of marriage. Is the marriage valid?.
  • Discuss the powers of natural guardians under the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, of 1956.
  • Distinguish between half-blood, full-blood, and uterine blood.
  • Distinguish between void and voidable marriage. Under what conditions and on what grounds can they be annulled? Are the children of such marriages legitimate? Discuss.
  • "Hindu Law is the Law of 'Smritis' as expounded in the Sanskrit commentaries and Digests which has now modified and supplemented by custom, is administered by the courts". Explain what is Hindu Law and Its source in reference to the above statements.
  • Define the validity with relevant provisions of the adoption of a girl-child by 20 20-year-old unmarried male and a widow.
  • What are the rules and order of succession to the property of an intestate Female Hindu according to the H.S.A, 1956? Discuss.
  • Examine the status of Children of void and voidable marriages under the Hindu Marriage Act, of 1955.
  • Who is entitled to share in the partition of joint Hindu family property under the Mitakshra school? Discuss.
  • Explain the grounds for dissolution of marriage among Christians under the Indian Divorce Act. 
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Coparcenary (b) Restitution of Conjugal rights (c) Capacity of females to take adoption. 
  • Explain the grounds of divorce available to a Muslim wife under the Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act, of 1939.
  • Discuss 'Desertion' as the ground of divorce. What is constructive desertion? Explain with relevant case law. 
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Talaq-ul-biddat (b) Maintenance pendente lite (c) option of puberty (d) Restitution of conjugal rights.
  • What are the general rules of succession to the property of a Hindu female dying intestate? Explain. 
  • Explain the following:- (a) Specified dower (b) Fasid marriage.

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