IntroductionIf from the conduct of his spouse it is established or an inference can be legitimately drawn that the treatment of the spouse is such that it causes an apprehension in the mind of the other spouse, about his or her mental welfare then t ..
INTRODUCTIONAs a general rule, when a witness is presented before a court of law, their role is to provide factual information based on their personal knowledge or observations. They are expected to testify truthfully and objectively about the events ..
Introduction To dissolve a marriage, divorcing partners must file a lawsuit. However, the conventional course of litigation is no longer required to work out the conditions of the divorce. Today, many couples are resorting to mediation to resolve the ..
INTRODUCTIONSection 80C of the Income Tax Act offers individuals and Hindu Undivided Families (HUF) the opportunity to avail a tax deduction of up to Rs 1.5 lakhs. This provision allows individuals to reduce their gross total income, resulting in low ..
IntroductionDivorce is the formal dissolution of a marriage accomplished by submitting a petition to a court of law. When a court issues a divorce judgement, it dissolves the couple's matrimonial union and ends the marriage as a whole. Along with ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Maintenance is financial assistance given by one spouse to the other during or after a marriage to ensure a reasonable standard of living and contributes to the fairness and stability of post-marital financial agreements. The Hindu Marr ..
INTRODUCTIONThe intent of maintenance measures established by laws is not to punish individuals for past neglect or refusal, but to prevent destitution among those who are unable to support themselves. The provisions regarding maintenance in the Code ..
INTRODUCTIONIndia's insolvency resolution framework has been transformed by the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC), which offers a transparent and efficient mechanism for resolving troubled businesses. A crucial aspect of the IBC is the regulat ..
INTRODUCTIONDivorce is the legal termination of a marriage, and attitudes and beliefs towards the institution of marriage have evolved over time. In response to these changes, the divorce laws in India have also been modified to meet the needs of the ..
KEY TAKEAWAYSHindu law recognises both non-fault-based (mutual consent, irretrievable breakdown, protracted separation) and fault-based (cruelty, adultery, desertion, conversion) grounds for divorce.Divorce in Hindu Law is governed by the Hindu Marri ..