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Adoption means the process through which the adoptive child is permanently separated from his or her biological parents, and with all the rights, privileges and responsibilities of the adoptive parent, which are associated with any biological child , Becomes a lawful child. Any adoption shall be done in accordance with the provisions of this Act and the rules made thereunder and the Adoption Regulations framed by the Authority to ensure the rights of family members for orphans, orphans, abandoned and surrendered children. Adoption of a child from one relative to another can be done without taking into consideration religion, according to the provisions of this Act and the Adoption Regulations framed by the Authority. Nothing in this Act shall apply to the adoption of children in accordance with the provisions of the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956. No single male is eligible for adoption of a girl child. In the case of a couple, both husband and wife consent will be necessary for adoption.

Who is eligible to adopt a child. Future adoptive parents must be physically, mentally and emotionally stable, financially competent, encouraged to adopt the child, without the medical condition of a life crisis. Should be Any adoptive parent can adopt a child, regardless of his marital status and whether he has a biological son or daughter. Unmarried women are eligible to adopt a child of any gender. In the case of couples, acceptance of both parents will be required. No child will be given to the couple for adoption until their marriage, Adoption deed has to be either registered for adoption of the child or order of adoption of the child from the court. There are lower courts for adoption which are competent to issue orders. According to Rule 33 (5) of Juvenile Justice Rules (Care and Protection of Children) Rules 2007, the District Court, Family Court and Urban Civil Court are the competent courts for disposal of Adoption Petitions.