Section 125 Cr.P.C. Quantum of maintenance
A divorced Muslim woman can not claim maintenance from her former husband under Section 125 Cr.P.C.
Daughter in law can't claim Right to Live in In-laws house.
A. Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 ― Section 125 ― Maintenance ― Muslim divorced woman ― Not entitle to make an application under Section 125 of Cr.P.C. for maintenance against her former husband ― However; if she does not
while determining the question as to which parent the care and control of a child should be committed, the first and the paramount consideration is the welfare and interest of the child and not the rights of the parents under a statute
Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, s. 125 - Whether interim maintenance could be awarded in absence of specific and express provision; whether the applicant-wife and her daughter are entitled to maintenance from the date of the order passed by the Fam
the Magistrate should grant maintenance only from the date of the order and not from the date of the application for maintenance. And if he intents to pass such an order, he is required to record reasons in support of such order.
if the appraisal of the evidence by the trial court suffers from a material irregularity or is based on inadmissible evidence or on a misreading of the evidence or on conjectures and surmises the appellate court is entitled to interfere
498A creulty not proved, a detail judgement from the Apex Court