Dr. Manjeet Singh Nijjar

Relationship Between Principal with Agent, Sub-Agent and Substituted Agent

The talk of this lecture is to understand the cordial relationship between principal with agent and others under Indian Contract Law, 1872.

The expert further elucidates that the rationale behind this convention is to dispense the job to a mercantile agent so that dealings become more profitable for principal due to marketing as well as other skills of agent.

The expert added that it is very important for agent to control the powers which are assigned to him because the contract of agency is based on confidence and trust.

Partition of Hindu Joint Family Property — Part 2

In this lecture the expert discusses in detail about the Partition of Hindu Joint Family property.

Addressing to viewers the expert explains that, A Hindu Joint family is a group of relatives tied together by ties of kinship and marriage and descended from a common ancestor, ft includes children, children's children and spouses.

A joint family is headed by a Karta who is normally the eldest living male member of the family. Karta has some peculiar rights and obligations under traditional Hindu law.

Partition of Hindu Joint Family Property - Part 1

In this lecture the expert discusses in detail about the Partition of Hindu Joint Family property.

Addressing to viewers the expert explains that, A Hindu Joint family is a group of relatives tied together by ties of kinship and marriage and descended from a common ancestor. It includes children, children's children and spouses.

LAW OF CIVIL MARRIAGE

A civil marriage is a special form of marriage, which is often termed as 'Court Marriage'. It is a secular form of marriage solemnized under the Special Marriage Act, 1954 which has replaced the Special Marriage Act, 1872. This is the first and only secular law of marriage and divorce, which is an example of the steps taken towards the achievement of the goal of Uniform Civil Code as, envisaged under Art 44 of the Indian Constitution.

Wakf

The programme is about the concept of Wakf, a law which finds its origin in the religion of Islam.
In the beginning the subject expert talks about the meaning and nature of the institution of Wakf. The expert evaluates the position of Wakif and Mutawalli in respect of Wakf property in detail. Expert also talks about the objectives and purposes of a valid Wakf. Further, expert discusses the methods for the creation of Wakf. Towards the end the programme presents the advantages and disadvantages of Wakf.

 

Mosques

The word 'Mosque' or 'Mosk' is derived from Arabic word 'Masjid' which means 'a place of worship'. The word entered into English from Italian word 'moschea' and Spanish word 'mesquita' which also means 'place of worship' or 'prostration in prayer'.

A mosque is a place where all Muslims gather to offer the prayers and to worship God. Any Muslim belonging to any Sect or School can enter a Mosque to perform his devotions in accordance with the practices followed by his own sect.

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