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Kerala HC: Ex-communication or Externment Illegal and Impermissible Under Wakf Act - (08 Feb 2022)

CIVIL

Kerala High Court has held that ex-communication or externment, whether declared or undeclared, is illegal and impermissible under the Wakf Act. The Court has further declared that any bye-law or scheme in relation to the administration of the Wakf Property authorising ex-communication is also illegal as it infringes the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution.

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