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The Global Indians and The Law

The Global Indians and The Law

by Anil Malhotra, Ranjit Malhotra
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The Global Indians and the Law is a commentary on private international law in the exclusive Indian context attempts to provide comprehensive answers to the problems of the Indian diaspora and the global transnational Indian which may not find a solution in conventional statutory laws. The publication aims to be a comprehensive commentary for Courts abroad, an aggrieved spouse, a foreign litigant, an overseas practitioner, or any lay person who simply wants to know where they stand. A compilation of case law, enunciated by the vibrant Indian judiciary rendering a yeoman service, has been quoted for reliance. Unique case references fill in the statutory void in this ocean of ails.

This unique reader-friendly, concise and crisp presentation in 7 individual Parts as expositions pose the problems and attempt to provide their answers. The authors with their years of expertise have aimed to project these problems as they have experienced them professionally. References to case law wherever necessary have been provided for the professional reader who wants an accurate and expeditious run-down on Indian law on the subject of custom, marriage, divorce, spousal maintenance, domestic and inter-country adoptions, child abduction, surrogacy, child rights, matrimonial settlements, succession and inheritance, besides issues of nationality and citizenship.

Categories: Private International Law, Family Law
Publisher: Oakbridge Publishing Pvt Ltd
About Publisher:

OakBridge is a new age information services company established to re-establish the craft of publishing to better-serve the evolved needs of today’s Professionals and Academia. It is uniquely designed to have a strong framework of authoritative and reliable content, ethical and transparent business practices, operational excellence, and an unparalleled customer experience.

Authors: Anil Malhotra, Ranjit Malhotra
About Authors:
Anil Malhotra :

Anil Malhotra is a practising Advocate based at Chandigarh, India since September 1983. He attained Bachelor of Science (1980) and Bachelor of Laws (Professional) (1983) Degrees from Panjab University, Chandigarh & an LLM Degree from the University of London, London in 1985. He studied Comparative Family Law at London School of Economics besides Law & Society at School of Oriental & African Studies. For over 36 years, he continues to act as an Indian expert to render reports in foreign courts on appointment by the Bench in overseas jurisdictions. Conducts matters in Indian Courts pertaining to interpretation and application of foreign Court Orders regarding divorce decrees, child abduction, custody, maintenance, adoption, surrogacy and family related issues of Non-resident Indians (NRIs).

Ranjit Malhotra :

Ranjit Malhotra was the first Indian Lawyer to be awarded the prestigious Felix Scholarship to read for the LLM Degree at the SOAS, University of London. He specialises in private international law, commissions expert reports on Indian family law issues in foreign jurisdictions renders expert analysis and testimony for family law, surrogacy and immigration cases and advises foreign lawyers. Besides, being instructed by a large number of Embassies at New Delhi. He has also been lecturing regularly on International family law issues primarily on international child removal/surrogacy at premier national law schools/universities in India. His firm, Malhotra & Malhotra Associates, is on the panel of lawyers for twelve foreign missions/embassies in New Delhi.


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The Global Indians and the Law is a commentary on private international law in the exclusive Indian context attempts to provide comprehensive answers to the problems of the Indian diaspora and the global transnational Indian which may not find a solution in conventional statutory laws. The publication aims to be a comprehensive commentary for Courts abroad, an aggrieved spouse, a foreign litigant, an overseas practitioner, or any lay person who simply wants to know where they stand. A compilation of case law, enunciated by the vibrant Indian judiciary rendering a yeoman service, has been quoted for reliance. Unique case references fill in the statutory void in this ocean of ails.

This unique reader-friendly, concise and crisp presentation in 7 individual Parts as expositions pose the problems and attempt to provide their answers. The authors with their years of expertise have aimed to project these problems as they have experienced them professionally. References to case law wherever necessary have been provided for the professional reader who wants an accurate and expeditious run-down on Indian law on the subject of custom, marriage, divorce, spousal maintenance, domestic and inter-country adoptions, child abduction, surrogacy, child rights, matrimonial settlements, succession and inheritance, besides issues of nationality and citizenship.

Categories: Private International Law, Family Law
Publisher: Oakbridge Publishing Pvt Ltd
About Publisher:

OakBridge is a new age information services company established to re-establish the craft of publishing to better-serve the evolved needs of today’s Professionals and Academia. It is uniquely designed to have a strong framework of authoritative and reliable content, ethical and transparent business practices, operational excellence, and an unparalleled customer experience.

Authors: Anil Malhotra, Ranjit Malhotra
About Authors:
Anil Malhotra :

Anil Malhotra is a practising Advocate based at Chandigarh, India since September 1983. He attained Bachelor of Science (1980) and Bachelor of Laws (Professional) (1983) Degrees from Panjab University, Chandigarh & an LLM Degree from the University of London, London in 1985. He studied Comparative Family Law at London School of Economics besides Law & Society at School of Oriental & African Studies. For over 36 years, he continues to act as an Indian expert to render reports in foreign courts on appointment by the Bench in overseas jurisdictions. Conducts matters in Indian Courts pertaining to interpretation and application of foreign Court Orders regarding divorce decrees, child abduction, custody, maintenance, adoption, surrogacy and family related issues of Non-resident Indians (NRIs).

Ranjit Malhotra :

Ranjit Malhotra was the first Indian Lawyer to be awarded the prestigious Felix Scholarship to read for the LLM Degree at the SOAS, University of London. He specialises in private international law, commissions expert reports on Indian family law issues in foreign jurisdictions renders expert analysis and testimony for family law, surrogacy and immigration cases and advises foreign lawyers. Besides, being instructed by a large number of Embassies at New Delhi. He has also been lecturing regularly on International family law issues primarily on international child removal/surrogacy at premier national law schools/universities in India. His firm, Malhotra & Malhotra Associates, is on the panel of lawyers for twelve foreign missions/embassies in New Delhi.

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