Divorced muslim woman is also entitled to maintainance u/s. 125 crpc, even after iddat period as long as she does not remarry.
Divorce by mutual consent under Section 13-B of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955- when one of the petitioners withdraws consent, only the SC under its inherent powers can pass the decree.
This appeal, by the husband, is filed against the judgment and order dated September 14, 2005 passed by the Madhya Pradesh High Court (at Jabalpur) in F.A.O. 462 of 2003. By the judgment coming under appeal, the High Court set aside the judgment date
appellant filed matrimonial case - on grounds of cruelty and desertion under Section 13(1)(1a)(1b) of the Hindu Marriage Act for dissolution of the marriage. Despite holding that the respondent had proved his case on grounds of cruelty and desertion
Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 - section 13(1)(e) - petition under - customary divorce - registered - permanent alimony received by the wife - there does not exist any period of limitation in respect of an offence under Section 494, as the maximum period o
inspite of prayer for adjournment having been granted, no one appears to oppose the prayer for transfer on behalf of the respondent - considering the facts that the wife - petitioner herein - is staying at Andul Purba Para, P.O. Andul Mouri, P.S. San
WOMEN IS COVERED IN SEC 2Q OF D.V.ACT 2005
Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, s. 28 - Respondent filed an application for divorce on the ground of cruelty - The instances of cruelty highlighted by the trial Court and the High Court clearly prove that the husband was subjected to mental and physical cr
Respondent refused cohabitation - Her unilateral decision not to have any child caused mental cruelty on the appellant - The impugned judgment of the High Court is set aside and the judgment of the learned Additional District Judge granting the decre
Marriages - compulsory registration - directions were given to the States and the Union Territories in the matter of framing necessary statutes regarding compulsory registration of marriages - different States and Union Territories have placed on rec