The marriage of a woman in accordance with the Hindu rites with a man having legal spouse, after coming into force of HMA is a complete nullity in the eye of law and she is not entitled to the benefit of Section 125 of CrPC
The High Court on a reasonable assessment of the situation, rightly came to the conclusion that the requisite degree of the mental-disorder which alone would justify dissolution of marriage has not be established and the decree of dissolution of marr
Before declaring the Judgment the Court very well explained the provisions of Order 37, even with reference to Order 9. The Supreme Court held that, though appellant has shown sufficient cause for his absence on the date of passing ex parte decree, s
Landlord does not have the right to give eviction orders at any of the branches of the government’s postal service.
The High Court dismissed the writ petitions and upheld the decision of the Administrative Tribunal regarding the maintainability of the original applications. The Code of Civil Procedure cannot be applied to the proceedings before the Administrative
In this judgement, CPC does not apply to HRC orders
The Supreme Court allowed the appeal & set aside the judgement of HC given in second appeal.
The High Court ultimately held that such an application for eviction was maintainable. Hence the appeal to this Court Allowing the appeal and remitting the case back to the Rent Controller.
Petition dismissed due to lack of evidence by petitioner.