- In the Hindu marriage Act, 1955, Conditions of Hindu marriage are provided
(A) Under Section 5
(B) Under Section 6
(C) Under Section 7
(D) Under Section 8
(E) Under Section 9
- As per section 5 of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, a marriage may be solemnised between two Hindus if
(A) Neither party has a spouse living at the time of the marriage
(B) Neither party is incapable of giving a valid consent it in consequence of unsoundness of mind
(C) The parties are not within the degree of prohibited relationship unless the custom or usage governing each of them permits of marriage between the two.
(D) The parties are not sapinda of each other unless the custom or usage governing each of them permits of a marriage between the two.
(E) All the above
- Section 5(i) of Hindu marriage Act provides
(A) Bigamous marriage
(B) Age of the parties to the marriage
(C) Mental capacity of the parties to the marriage
(D) Sapinda relationship
(E) Prohibited relationship
- Bigamy under the Hindu marriage Act includes
(D) Both (A) and (B)
(E) Only (C)
- The offence of bigamy is committed if
(A) The subsisting marriage is null and void
(B) The subsisting marriage is not null and void
(C) The subsisting marriage is voidable and no court’s decree of annullment of marriage has been obtained.
(D) Both (B) and (C)
(E) Only (A)
- A party is regarded as not having the mental capacity to solemnise the marriage, if suffering from
(A) unsoundness of mind
(B) mental disorder
(D) all the above
- Under the Hindu marriage Act, The minimum age for a marriage is
(A) For bridegroom 18 years and bride 21 years
(B) For bridegroom 21 years and bride 18 years
(C) Both bridegroom and the bride are of the age of 18 years at the time of marriage.
(D) Both bridegroom and the bride are of the age of 21 years at the time of marriage
(E) No Minimum age for marriage is prescribed under this Act.
- Which of the following Act had raised the minimum of marriage for boys 21 and girls 18?
(A) Hindu Marriage Act
(B) Child Marriage Restraint Act
(C) Special Marriage Act
(D) Indian Divorce Act
- Sapinda relationship’ has been defined under
(A) Section 2(b) of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955
(B) Section 2(d) of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955
(C) Section 2(e) of Hindu marriage Act,1955
(D) Section 2(f) of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955
(E) Section 2(g) of Hindu Marriage Act,1955.
- Under the Hindu Marriage Act, the sapinda relationship extends in the line of ascent, to
(A) two degrees through the mother and three degrees through the father
(B) three degrees through the mother and four degrees through the father
(C) three degrees through the mother and five degrees through the father
(D) five degrees through the mother and seven degrees through the father.
(E) four degrees through the Mother and six degrees through the father
- Prohibited relationship has been provided under
(A) section 2(b) of Hindu Marriage Act
(B) section 2(d) of Hindu Marriage Act
(C) section 2(e) of Hindu Marriage Act
(D) section 2(f) of Hindu Marriage Act.
(E) section 2(g) of Hindu marriage Act
- Degrees of prohibited relationship include relationship by
(A) full blood
(B) half or uterine blood
(D) legitimate as well as illegitimate blood relationship
(E) all the above.
- A marriage under the Hindu marriage Act, 1955 between two persons who are related to each other within the degrees of prohibited relationship shall be
- Mark the incorrect statement
I. In case of bigamous marriage the second wife has no status of wife as the second marriage during the lifetime of first spouse is null and void.
II. Second marriage can be proved by the mere admission of the parties.
III. A child Marriage is void under the special Marriage Act, 1954.
IV. To make a marriage voidable on the acount of lack of mental capacity, the mental capacity should relate to post-marriage mental conditions
V. Sapinda relationship and prohibited relationship may overlap each other
(A) I, III, V
(B) II and III
(C) I and III
(D) II and IV
(E) IV and V
1. (A) 2. (E) 3. (A) 4. (D) 5. (D) 6. (D) 7. (B) 8. (B) 9. (D) 10. (C) 11. (E) 12. (E) 13. (B) 14. (D)