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Narasimham (Chemical Analyst)     22 March 2010

DEED OF ADOPTION

Hi All,

This question is being asked for my cousin who is planning to adopt a baby girl from one of his relatives. He wanted to know how and where to get the Deed Of Adoption so that he can legalise the adoption process.  Can some one provide the deed details or a link where-in he can browse



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AEJAZ AHMED (Legal Consultant/Lawyer)     22 March 2010

For the general format of  "Deed of Adoption" kindly go through the attached document


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AEJAZ AHMED (Legal Consultant/Lawyer)     22 March 2010

As you are saying that your cousin is planing to adopt a baby girl from his "Relative", so just prepare the "Deed of Adoption" and get it Registered before the Concerned District Sub Registrar of your District and State.

For further details, procedure and legalisation kindly go through the following website:

https://www.adoptionindia.nic.in/

Ravi Kumar (Lawyer)     26 March 2010

you should go through some adoption agencies to adopt a baby. The benefits of that are : 1. you need not to go anywhere to prepare adoption documents, 2. you will get better legal advice there, 3. you will get all the necessary information from A to Z under one roof... 

Gundlapallis (Advocate)     27 March 2010

It is always better to take help of the professional in the field - You may adopt with good intentions but later due to technically faulty or otherwise defects in the documents the sufferer could be the one getting adopted. 

Legal understanding by non-professionals by reading on their own may sometimes cause problems -

Sardarji got the fourth child.He fills data in the birth certificate.
“Mother: Sikh.Father: Sikh.Kid: Chinese.”

“How come you write “Chinese” when both parents are Sikh?”
” Aah, read a newspaper, it says that every 4th person born on the Earth now is a Chinese.”

Legal interpretations by non-professionals could be like the sardarji - :)

Arati Gawde ( Legal )     09 April 2010

Agree with Adv. Gundlapallis


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