Musalman wakf validating act 1930
The concept of Waqf has been developed under Islamic Law.
There was no concept of waqfs in Arabia before the advent of Islam.
- Any reference, by whatever form of words, in any law for the time being in force in Madhya Bharat to any authority at the date of the passing of that law to exercise any powers or discharge any function in any part of Madhya Bharat shall, where a corresponding new authority has been constituted by or under any Act now adopted in Madhya Bharat, have effect as if it were a reference to that new authority.
The Hindu Inheritance (Removal of Disabilities) Act, 1928 (XII of 1928). The Hindu Law of Inheritance (Amendment) Act, 1929 (II of 1929). The Hindu Gains of Learning Act, 1930 (XXX of 1930). The Musalman Wakf Validating Act, 1930 (XXXII of 1930). The Hindu Women's Rights to Property Act, 1937 (XVIII of 1937). The Arya Marriage Validation Act, 1937 (XIX of 1937). The Muslim Personal Law (Shariat) Application Act, 1937 (XXVI of 1937).
The beneficiaries have only the interest in the trust to the extent mentioned in the trust.
Wakf is the creation of property for religious or charitable purposes which is established permanently.
In this article, she has emphasised upon the concept of Waqf under Muslim Law.Such a beneficiary has also the right to claim his share of income and can sue for such an amount.The right of waqif is absolutely extinguished and passes in favour of the Almighty, and a mutawalli is appointed to administer the waqf.But, in case a waqf is created without the appointment of a mutawalli then the following persons are eligible to appoint the Mutawaali: Under the waqf deed, if there exists a clause exempting the mutawalli from accountability, that has to be respected.Each beneficiary has the right to claim an account from a mutawalli at any time.
Where a settlor has specified any lawful object which has already been completed or the object cannot be executed further, the trust is not allowed to fail.