Under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, a marriage is treated as void, if it

Which of the following is incorrect regarding "desertion" as a ground for divorce-

A dies after the commencement of the Hindu Succession Act leaving behind three sons B, C and D. The interest in the property passes to by :

A and his sons B and C constitute a coparcenary. B separates himself after getting 1/3rd share of coparcenary property. A dies intestate leaving his surviving daughter D and sons B and C. Whether B is entitled to inheritance of self acquired property of 'A'?

It has been held by the Supreme Court that sub-section (2) of section 14, Hindu Succession Act is in the nature of proviso or exception to sub-section (1) and its operation must be confined to cases where the propertyis acquired for the first time as a grant, without any pre-existing light under a gift, will, instrument, decree, order or award, the terms of which prescribed a restricted estate in the property. It has been so held in

For the application of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 citizenship is a

The proposition of law laid down in Thulasamma v. Seshareddy (AIR 1977 SC 1944) relates to-