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Marriage performed in gandharva form -wife is not entitled to get maintenance u/s 125 of crpc

 


Family Court has taken support of observations made by this
Court in case reported in 2010(5) LJSOFT (URC) 13, in the case
of Sau.Manda R. Thaore V/s Ramaji Ghanshyam Thaore. On this
point, case reported in AIR 2005 Supreme Court 1809(1) in the

case of Savitaben Somabhai Bhatiya V/s State of Gujarat and
others. The Apex Court has laid down that the wife mentioned in
Section 125 of Cr.P.C. is a lady who has undergone marriage
ceremony. In that case, when it was second marriage, Apex Court
held that the second wife was not entitled to get maintenance. In
the present case, though the facts are different, the evidence of
Jaishree shows that there was no
In view of these circumstances, there is no
respondent no.2.
marriage between her and

-http://www.lawweb.in/2014/03/marriage-performed-in-gandharva-form.html

 
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