The debate surrounding personal religious law and the need for a uniform civil code constitutes a key concern in the concept of secularism and religious freedom in a civilized society. Though the substantive laws of crime, commerce, economy etc are now governed by uniform law based on the principles of ‘justice, equity and good conscience’, personal religious laws continue to operate in the private domain of citizens. Certain personal laws, especially of the Hindus, have been codified (i.e. incorporated into statutes) accompanied by certain amendments in light of the compulsions of modern times, while others continue to apply to the respective religious groups in their long-established, traditional forms..
The Code of Civil Procedure is an adjective law it neither creates nor takes away any right. It is intended to regulate the procedure to be followed by civil courts.
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