Family Law Judgements

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Hindu Marriage Act - section 13(1)(1a)(1b)

 24 October 2009

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, the trial court did not grant a decree - for divorce, but thought it appropr

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Transfer of divorce suit

 24 October 2009

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HMS ACT-1956 - SEC 8 ADOPTION

 16 October 2009

The present appeal involves a very simple issue but when the background facts are considered it projects some highly emotional and sensitive aspects of human life.

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Girl Friend -Term "Relative of Husband " under Section 498A

 21 May 2009

Section 498A in The Indian Penal Code, 1860 The Indian Penal Code, 1860 Section 498 in The Indian Penal Code, 1860 Section 304 in The Indian Penal Code, 1860 The Estate Duty Act, 1953

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Validity of foreign divorce

 10 April 2009

This is the famous judgment where the SC held that a divorce obtained from a foreign court was invalid in India unless the basis was in accordance with provisions of the Indian divorce laws and not obtained fraudulently.

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Wife Has no Right On Mother in Law's Property

 30 March 2009

Wife has no right on mother in law's property

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Maintenance to unmarried dauhter who attained majority

 30 March 2009

Maintenance to unmarried daughter who attained majority

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Irretrievable Breakdown of marriage no ground for divorce

 18 March 2009

The apex court says that Irretrievably broken marriage is no ground for divorce.

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marriage by a Hindu wth Christian under Hindu law

 19 February 2009

.Section 5 of the Act thereafter also makes it clear that a marriage may be solemnized between any two Hindus if the conditions contained in 14 the said Sect

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YAMUNABAI V ANANTRAO

 17 February 2009

MARRIAGE IS VOID U/S 11 OF HINDU MARRIAGE ACT IF SPOUSE IS LIVING.

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