Mussalman wakf validating act 1913
The Ramanujam Committee submitted a four-volume report, taking into account the recommendations of both the P. Two laws were enacted by Parliament — the Repealing and Amending Act and the Repealing and Amending (Second) Act. Finding the two wakf validating acts in the list of laws recommended for repeal, concerned Muslim leaders approached former Minority Affairs Minister K. Answering his question on the issue in Parliament on May 5, the current law minister reportedly said that the acts would not be repealed.
In May last year, the new government decided to remove more outdated enactments from the overcrowded statute book and constituted the Ramanujam Committee to identify acts for repeal. On the basis of this report, the government initiated the process of getting rid of outdated laws.WHEREAS doubts have arisen regarding the validity of wakfs created by persons professing the Mussalman faith in favour of themselves, their families, children and descendants and ultimately for the benefit of the poor or for other religious, pious or charitable purposes; and whereas it is expedient to remove such doubts; It is hereby enacted as follows:2.In this Act, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context,- (1) “Wakf” means the permanent dedication by a person professing the Mussalman faith of any property for any purpose recognized by the Musslman law as religious, pious or charitable.Bridewealth was restricted to the lower castes, who were not allowed to give dowry.Before we understand the laws applicable to the public trusts in India, we need to understand the difference between the various non-profit organizations societies, Section 25 companies &, trusts in India.