Hague Convention of 1 March 1954 on civil procedure Entry into force: 12-IV-1957 (In the relations between the Contracting States, this Convention replaces the Convention of 17 July 1905 on civil procedure) […]
The purpose of the Hague Conference is to work for the progressive unification of the rules of private international law. Any other State, the participation of which is from a juridical point of view of importance for the work of the Conference, may become a Member. The admission of new Member States shall be decided upon by the Governments of the participating States, upon the proposal of one or more of them, by a majority of the votes cast, within a period of six months from the date on which that proposal is submitted to the Governments.
Marriage-Divorce-Guardianship-Civil Procedure-Effects of Marriage-Deprivation of Civil Rights -The purpose of the Hague Conference is to work for the progressive unification of the rules of private international law.Members of the Hague Conference on Private International Law are the States which have already participated in one or more Sessions of the Conference and which accept the present Statute.
Whether Indian Courts bound to give recognition to divorce decrees granted by foreign Courts? DATE:-Decided on : 01-10-1974- Whether a Hindu marriage solemnised within this country can be validly annulled by a […]