Invalidity of Hindu Marriage and Critical Analysis on Property Rights for Children of Invalid Marriage

  • Shrinidhinatramizhpavai A. and J. Sai Krishnan
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  • Shrinidhinatramizhpavai A.

    Student at Sastra deemed University, Thanjavur, India

  • J. Sai Krishnan

    Student at Sastra deemed University, Thanjavur, India

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The law recognizes that not all marriages are created equal. Some are deemed invalid, challenging our conventional notions of “happily ever after”. The authors through this quote in this research paper is primarily focusing on the consequences of an invalid marriage which extend far beyond the dissolution of a relationship; they touch upon matters of property, inheritance, and the well-being of children. This research paper delves into the intricate world of invalid marriages, exploring the myriad factors that can lead to their legal nullification or voidance. It provides a comprehensive overview of the common causes of marriage invalidity, including issues related to consent, age, bigamy, and familial constraints. Furthermore, the paper examines the multifaceted legal repercussions that result when a marriage is declared invalid, encompassing matters such as property division. Concluding on a forward-looking note, the article offers insights into potential remedies and legal recourse available to individuals entangled in invalid marriages. It underscores the significance of seeking expert legal counsel to navigate this intricate terrain and advocates for a compassionate and empathetic approach toward those affected by these circumstances.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 1173 - 1179


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