Law Commission of India Seeks Public Views on Uniform Civil Code

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Law Commission of India Seeks Public Views on Uniform Civil Code

Law Commission of India notified a questionnaire on 7th October, 2016 inviting public to give their views for the revision and reform of the family laws as the Article 44 of the Constitution which provides that ” the state shall endeavour to provide for its citizens a Uniform Civil Code throughout territory of India.

The Commission hopes to begin healthy conversation about the viability of Uniform Civil code.

The commission has prepared a questionnaires to solicit opinions and ideas of the public at large about the ways in which family law reforms could be introduced in the most integrative manners that does not compromise the diversity and the plurality that constitutes the core of India fabric.

How to Contribute:

Those who are willing may present their views  within the period of  45 days to the Law Commission of India by email  to [email protected]

OR send it by Post to

Law Commission of India, 14th Floor, H.T. House, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi -110001


For Full Notification & Questionnaire, CLICK HERE





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