Punjab and Haryana High Court regarded the instant petition as a scheme to get away from criminal prosecution, just to obliquely obtain the seal of this Court on their conduct.
When the husband had left the matrimonial home and he is residing away and there is an allegation of second marriage on the husband, the wife cannot be blamed for not taking steps to restore the conjugal rights
Madras High Court said that concerning the present economic scenario and the status of the parties, the fixation of the monthly maintenance at Rs. 10,000/- for the wife and daughter is very much reasonable and the same cannot be said to be excessive.
The woman has alleged that she has been falsely implicated in a case of bigamy and cheating, on the basis of a clerical mistake committed by the Bank agent who mistakenly entered the name of her business partner as her husband and Nominee.
Allahabad High Court: In an appeal filed under Section 19 of the Family Courts Act, 1984 for setting aside the
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Kerala High Court: In a case relating to talaq as per Muslim personal law and bigamy, A. Muhamed Mustaque, J.
Himachal Pradesh High Court: In a petition related to family pension, Jyotsna Rewal Dua, J has held that the second
Karnataka High Court: M. Nagaprasanna, J. allowed the petition in part and remarked the protagonists in the quadrangle to resolve the issue
Telangana High Court: K. Lakshman, J., refused to quash a subsequent complaint filed by the wife against her husband (and others), where
Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT): The Division Bench of Justice Devi Prasad Singh (Chairperson) and Air Marshal BBP Sinha, Member (A) heard the
Allahabad High Court: Sudhir Agarwal, J., found a government servant to be guilty of the offence of bigamy. The instant petition was filed
Gujarat High Court: The Division Bench of J.B. Pardiwala and Vireshkumar B. Mayani, JJ., while addressing the issue of grant of permanent alimony
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Madras High Court: RMT. Teeka Raman, J., while addressing a petition observed that, “A plea of customary divorce is a valid defence