The plaintiffs (first wife and her two children) had filed a suit for partition and separate possession against the defendants for their 1/4th share each with respect to ancestral property which had been given to the first defendant by way of grant.
This appeal, by special leave, is directed against the judgment dated January 7, 2004 passed by the High Court of Punjab and Haryana whereby the second appeal preferred by present respondents 1(i) to (vi) was allowed and the judgment and decree dated
The facts giving rise to the filing of a suit for partition and separate possession by the plaintiff-respondent no.1 in this appeal have been set out in the judgment under appeal hence do not bear repetition. All that need be stated is that responden
The appellant herein was the defendant in the suit filed by the respondent seeking for a decree for possession and future mesne profits with interest at the rate of 6% per annum and for payment of Rs.4,500/- with interest at the rate of 6% per annum
One Sarju Singh Kushwaha had two sons, Ram Saran (elder son) and Virendra Kumar Singh Kushwaha (younger son and the first respondent). The appellant, Chanmuniya, was married to Ram Saran and had 2 daughters-Asha, the first one, was born in 1988 and U
Court (Justice Karunakaran) Held: (1) Islam not at all oppresses women in any manner whatsoever; nor does it grant license to any man for that matter - let alone a husband - to discriminate, exploit, mistreat or ill-treat any woman either in one’s fa
Appointment of Guardian - Custody of a minor child - Whether custody of the minor to be entrusted with the maternal grandfather as ordered by the District Court or with the father as directed by the High Court?
The respondent and the appellant were married in accordance with the Hindu religious rites. About three years after the marriage, he filed a petition (Civil Proceeding No.136 of 1997) before the Family Court, Rourkela for dissolution of his marriage
Condonation of delay - Past maintenance for a period of 36 months to the claimants along with interest @ 9 per cent 1 per annum - Whether condonation of delay of 160 days in filling a matrimonial appeal could be granted to the Claimant?