A Muslim husband is not entitled to a decree of restitution of conjugal rights

After the Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act, 1939, apostasy dissolved the marriage ipso facto, if the apostasy is committed by

Match List-I with List-II in the light of the Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act, 1939 and give the correct answer by using the given below :
List I (Provision) List II (Section)
a. Notice to heirs of the husband when his where abouts are not known 1. Sec. 4
b. Effect of conversion to another faith 2. Sec. 3
c. Rights to dower not to be affected 3. Sec. 2 (v)
d. Impotence of the husband as a ground of divorce 4. Sec. 5

If the husband or the wife dies during the period of iddat following upon the pronouncement of an irrevocable divorce

Read the following statements and give correct answer with the help of given below:
(1) A Muslim woman can marry a Kitabi.
(2) A Shia male can contract 'Muta' with a fire worshipper.
(3) Marriage of a Muslim woman with a Hindu would be irregular.
(4) A Muslim man cannot marry with his niece.

Where it is not settled at the time of marriage whether the dower is to be prompt or deferred, then according to Shia law

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