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Wakf validating act 1913

ii In case of Non-Testamentary Waqf Where at the time of creating a non-testamentary waqf, the waqif reserves to himself the power of revoking the waqf, the waqf will be invalid.

This is a chronological, but incomplete list of Acts passed by the Imperial Legislative Council between 18, the Constituent Assembly of India between 19, the Provisional Parliament between 19, and the Parliament of India since 1952.

It is a permanent dedication by a Muslim of some specific property for religious and pious purpose.

100/- or above requires to be registered under the registration act. i The subject of the waqf should be dedicated perpetuity.

ii All human rights should be diversted there from.

They are also allowed the right to administer the properties of these institutions in accordance with the law.

In other words, the right of administration is left to the institutions themselves.

ii Public Waqf : It is dedicated to the public at large. ix Eidgahs x Reading of Holy Quran in public xi For making and keeping Tazias xii Celebrating the birth of the Hazrat Ali Murtaza (RAA) i If there is no provision in waqfnama about for succession of the office of Mutawalli, he has right to appoint his successor on his death bed.

It is made purely for some religious or pious purpose. ii He has right to appoint his successor if waqf deed authorize him to do so. vi He has right to do any thing that is reasonable for administration and betterment of the waqf.

Wakfs constitute a national asset for a very large number of these support schools, colleges, technical institute, libraries, reading-rooms, charitable dispensaries and Musafirkhanas, etc., which benefit the public irrespective of their religion or creed.

It is of utmost importance, therefore, that wakfs should be maintained properly and their r The subject [of] "Wakf" is relat[ive] to Entry No. 28 "Charities and charitable institutions, charitable and religious endowments and religious institutions" in the concurrent list attached to the 7th Schedule to the Constitution of India.

As it is superficially evident from the statement that wakf validating act was imposed in 1913 to overrule the laws laid down by the privy council....to restore the shariat law which is the title of this specific coure (Muhammadan law)...