Family Law Judgements

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JAGDISH SINGH Vs. Madhuri Devi

 30 July 2008

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

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498A Cruelty - Not proved by the Wife.

 10 July 2008

498A creulty not proved, a detail judgement from the Apex Court

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Dowry harassment - delay in filing Complaint consequences

 26 June 2008

The Trial Court dismissed the complaint on the ground that there was delay of more than nine months in lodging the complaint and that the allegations were vague and unspecific and the case was filed only to harass the appellants.

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Hindu Widow's Re-marriage Act, 1856

 18 June 2008

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Presumption of marriage is rebuttable

 17 June 2008

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Presumption of joint family

 17 June 2008

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Juvenile Justice

 07 June 2008

Kidnap for ransom and murder

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Scope of 498-A

 05 June 2008

Section 498A. Explained.

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Presumption of joint family

 12 May 2008

In a suit for partition, the court has observed: The fact that persons were residing together or processing some cultivating lands jointly, by itself would not give rise to a presumption that there existed a joint family fund having a joint nucleus.

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Presumption of marriage is rebuttable

 12 May 2008

When Section 50 read with Section 114 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872, it is clear that the act of marriage can be presumed from the common course of natural events and the conduct of parties as they are borne out by the facts of particular case. Th

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