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Adv. Chandrasekhar (Advocate)     28 November 2013

Violate residential order in dv case

Do not throw the wife out of the door:

The hon'ble Supreme Court delivered a judgment just a week back creating a remarkable precedent:  In this case husband, after dismissal of his divorce petition, refused to allow the wife to enter matrimonial home armed with RCR case.  Even DV case also, he misled the court by giving wrong address of his rented accommodation.  Supreme Court viewed the recalcitrant behaviour of husband seriously and imposed damages of Rs.5 lakhs along with right to residence.  Case is attached for ready reference. 



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Ranee....... (NA)     28 November 2013

very nice judgement

Geeta (Teacher)     28 November 2013

@Advt.Chandrashekhar..Thank u sir for posting this judgement!

stanley (Freedom)     12 June 2014

I dont feel this is a remarkable precedent . Its the normal course of law that has been followed . But the suprising thing in this judgement was what was the protection officer doing to implement the protection order :-) . 

Gautam Kapoor (IT professional Studying Law)     13 June 2014

a remarkable precedent:  In this case husband, after dismissal of his divorce petition, refused to allow the wife to enter matrimonial home armed with RCR case.  Even DV case also, he misled the court by giving wrong address of his rented accommodation.

neither remarkable nor precedent.Well said by Stanley,it is the normal course of law that is being followed to punish  the oppressor and to provide justice to the oppressed. The word "remarkable"  and the following precedent will only make sense to the similar remarkable cases following the same outlined precedent.

point overruled.


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