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raj kumar makkad


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Posted On 20 February 2010 at 21:52 Report Abuse

Athar Hussain vs Syed Siraj Ahmed and Others  [SUPREME COURT OF INDIA, 05 Jan 2010]


Family & Personal - Mohammedan Law, s. 353 - Guardian and Wards Act, 1890, ss. 12 and 19 - Code of Civil Procedure , 1908, O. 39 r. 1 and 2 - Interim Custody of minor children - Appellant married daughter of respondent No. 1 - Two children were born out of wedlock - After death of mother, respondents initiated proceeding u/ss. 7, 9 and 17 of the Act - During pendency of proceeding, an application was filed for interim protection of persons and properties of minor children and for order of injunction restraining appellant from interfering or disturbing custody of two children till disposal of application filed u/ss. 7, 9 and 17 of Act - Family Court passed an ex parte interim order restraining appellant from interfering with custody of children - On appeal, Family Court vacated ad interim order of temporary injunction - Writ Petition was filed against said order - HC held that in case of the custody of minor children, Family Law, i.e. Mohammedan Law would apply in place of the Act - Considering provisions u/s. 353 of the Mohammedan Law, HC held that the preferential rights regarding custody of minor children rests with maternal grandparents - HC set aside order of Family Court by which it had vacated interim order of injunction - Hence, present appeal - Held, while deciding question of interim custody, Court must be guided by welfare of children since s. 12 of Act empowers Court to make any order as it deems proper - No doubt, unless father is proven to be unfit, application for guardianship filed by another person cannot be entertained - However, question of custody is different from question of guardianship - Question of guardianship can be independent of and distinct from that of custody in facts and circumstances of each case - As far as matters of custody are concerned, Court is not bound by bar envisaged u/s. 19 of Act - As far as question of custody is concerned, personal law governing minor girl dictates her maternal relatives, especially her maternal aunt, shall be given preference - In present case, at this stage respondents should be given interim custody of minor children till disposal of proceedings filed u/ss. 7, 9 and 17 of the Act as prima facie case was found in their favour - Irreparable injury would be caused to children if they, against their will, are uprooted from their present settings - Further, balance of convenience lies in favour of granting custody to maternal grandfather, aunt and uncle - Order of Family Court vacating its injunction order set aside - Appeal dismissed.



Rahul Gupta


Advocate
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Posted On 05 March 2010 at 18:32 Report Abuse

Thank you Mr. Makkad for your contribution.


RAKHI BUDHIRAJA


LAWYER, SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
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Posted On 05 May 2010 at 16:35 Report Abuse

Thanx for the valuable judgement.


Shraddha Dalvi


Divorce Lawyer
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Posted On 06 May 2010 at 11:10 Report Abuse

thank u sir

scharlie


worker
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Posted On 10 May 2010 at 17:16 Report Abuse

granting custody to maternal grandfather, aunt and uncle is a right dicison in this case.

child custody advice for children


Mohd. Khalid Faridi


Ministerial Staff
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Posted On 25 May 2010 at 10:50 Report Abuse

Thanks Makkad Saheb. This judgement would be useful to me.


Aftab4u


PVT EMPLOYEE
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Posted On 27 May 2010 at 20:59 Report Abuse

Dear Makkad Sir,

granting custody to maternal grandfather, aunt and uncle is a right dicison in this case.

One of my friends mother was a chrisitian and she converted to islam due to that the above people have not been in contact for 25 years and their is no healthy relation ship with the above people. at that time what needs to be done pls advice.

Aftab




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