In 1939, during the British regime in India, the Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act was enacted which prescribed the rules to be followed by Muslims in obtaining divorce. The fundamental purpose of the Act is to consolidate and explain the laws that govern Muslims for dissolving marriage by women who are married according to Muslim law and to clarify the uncertainties regarding renunciation of the husband by a woman from the bond of marriage. It is a small legislation with five sections. The Act also repealed the Shariat Application Act, 1937.
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