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Court Marriage Registration Process in Nepal

Marriage is defined as being legally united to a person of the opposite sex as husband or wife in a consensual and contractual relationship. It is a social and legal relationship between two people as well as a formal union. It is widely regarded as crucial to maintaining civilizations and morals. In Nepal, the Muluki …

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Live-in Relationships- What does the Nepali Law Say?

Marriage has religious and cultural significance in Nepal. Marriage is a bond that creates a specific type of social relationship in our culture. Marriage and the traditions that surround it have been critical in preserving long-standing social norms and beliefs. Marriages are performed in a variety of ways in our society. It has a clear …

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10 New Amendments To Nepal Citizenship Act 2063

On Friday, July 22, 2022, the Nepal National Assembly passed a bill amending the Nepal Citizenship Act 2063. This has been a contentious issue in Nepal for the last four years. Today, there are legal debates and disagreements about citizenship. Since the last 30 years, society has become sharply divided in favour of and against …

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How to File a Civil Case in Nepal

Many people in Nepal have questions about how to file a lawsuit. To understand how to file a lawsuit, we must first understand that there are two types of cases. The case under civil liability is known as a civil case, and the case under criminal liability is known as a criminal case. In a …

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Guardianship Law in Nepal

What is guardianship? How does this differ from the Curator-ship and Adoption revealed in the 2017 National Civil Code? Guardianship is defined as “a person appointed by the court to take care of an incapacitated, incompetent, or quasi-competent person and assigns a duty to protect such persons’ rights and interests.” The National Civil Code 2017 …