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Section 12 - Effects of adoption : Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act 1956

 

What are the Effects of adoption? Section 12 of Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act, 1956

Section 12 of Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act 1956 : "Other conditions for a valid adoption"

12. An adopted child shall be deemed to be the child of his or her adoptive father or mother for all purposes with effect from the date of the adoption and from such date all the ties of the child in the family of his or her birth shall be deemed to be severed and replaced by those created by the adoption in the adoptive family:

Provided that - (a) the child cannot marry any person whom he or she could not have married if he or she had continued in the family of his or her birth;

(b) any property which vested in the adopted child before the adoption shall continue to vest in such person subject to the obligations, if any, attaching to the ownership of such property, including the obligation to maintain relatives in the family of his or her birth;

(c) the adopted child shall not divest any person of any estate which vested in him or her before the adoption.

 

HINDU ADOPTIONS AND MAINTENANCE ACT 1956

Section 2 - Application of Act

Section 3 - Definitions

Section 4 - Overriding effect of Act

CHAPTER II ADOPTION

Section 5 - Adoptions to be regulated by this Chapter

 

 

Section 6 - Requisites of a valid adoption

Section 7 - Capacity of a male Hindu to take in adoption

Section 8 - Capacity of a female Hindu to take in adoption

Section 9 - Persons capable of giving in adoption

Section 10 - Persons who may be adopted

 

 

Section 11 - Other conditions for a valid adoption

Section 12 - Effects of adoption

Section 13 - Right of adoptive parents to dispose of their properties

Section 14 - Determination of adoptive mother in certain cases

Section 15 - Valid adoption not to be cancelled

 

 

Section 16 - Presumption as to registered documents relating to adoption

Section 17 - Prohibition of certain payments

CHAPTER III MAINTENANCE

Section 18 - Maintenance of wife

Section 19 - Maintenance of widowed daughter-in-law

Section 20 - Maintenance of children and aged parents

Section 21 - Dependants defined

Section 22 - Maintenance of dependants

Section 23 - Amount of maintenance

Section 24 - Claimant to maintenance should be a Hindu

Section 25 - Amount of maintenance may be altered on change of circumstances

Section 26 - Debts to have priority

Section 27 - Maintenance when to be a charge

Section 28 - Effect of transfer of property on right to maintenance

CHAPTER IV REPEALS AND SAVINGS

Section 29 - Repeals

Section 30 - Savings

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