Central Government Act
Section 2(ix) in The Dissolution Of Muslim Marriages Act, 1939
(ix) on any other ground which is recognised as valid for the dissolution of marriages under Muslim law: Provided that-
no decree shall be passed on ground (iii) until the sentence has become final;
a decree passed on ground (i) shall not take effect for a period of six months from the date of such decree, and if the husband appears either in person or through an authorised agent within that period and satisfies the Court that he is prepared to perform his conjugal duties, the Court shall set aside the said decree; and
before passing a decree on ground (v) the Court shall, on application by the husband, make an order requiring the husband to satisfy the Court within a period of one year from the date of such order that he has ceased to be
impotent, and if the husband so satisfies the Court within such period, no decree shall be passed on the said ground.