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The following procedure shall be involved in adoption of a child -
- The party willing for adoption has to make application to Child Welfare Agency. Registration can be done either by an Adoption Coordinating Agency (ACA) found in each state’s capital city, or an agency certified by the Central Adoption Resource Authority (CARA) in New Delhi.
- After this, the agency conducts a preliminary interview with the adopting couple in order to understand their intention and motivation behind adoption.
- Once the party decides which child are they going to adopt they file the petition at the court of appropriate jurisdiction, where court hearing takes place regarding adoption (the court is required to dispose the adoption case within 2 months).
- Once the Court issues the decree, the adoption is finalized.
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Adoption is a process of establishing a parent-child relationship between persons who are not related by birth. It allows parentless and orphan children to have parents, home, name and a good life and on the other hand, it enables childless parents to have a child of their own.
Adoption-by-legal-course ensures irrevocable rights to both adoptive parents as well as adopted child. In India, there are 3 main existing legislations i.e.
- The Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act of 1956 which is applicable on Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Sikhs.
- The Guardian and Wards Act of 1890 assist other religions i.e. Muslim, Parsi, Christian and Jews in adoption as there are no concrete provisions under their personal laws.
- The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection) Act of 2000, amended in 2010 covers the rehabilitation and social reintegration for orphan children.
Adoption under different legislations in India
The Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956 Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956 changed the years long restrictions in adopting the child by eradicating various gender based prejudiced provisions. The law is applicable on Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs and other religions that fall under the governance of Hindu Law.
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