“Family Courts must restrict their considerations to the parameters of the provision of grant of divorce strictly in accordance with the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 (‘Act’). Irretrievable breakdown of marriage is not a ground in the Act.”
Born on 10-02-1962 in Hisar, Justice Surya Kant, has the distinction to be appointed as the youngest Advocate General of Haryana. Before being elevated as a Supreme Court Judge, Justice Surya Kant served as a Judge in the Punjab and Haryana High Court and as Chief Justice of Himanchal Pradesh High Court.
82 reports on High Court Judgments to read from February 2022. Allahabad High Court Bail 22-year-old woman, burnt and buried due to
Tripura High Court: S.G. Chattopadhyay, J., decided on a petition which was filed by the petitioner challenging order passed by the Additional
Madras High Court: Expressing that, a convict cannot enjoy all the liberties as are available to a common person, otherwise there would
Gujarat High Court: The Division Bench of J.B. Pardiwala and Niral R. Mehta, JJ., while dealing with a matter regarding restitution of
Allahabad High Court: Yogendra Kumar Srivastava, J., dismissed the petition and rejected the issuance of writ of habeas corpus by a husband
Madras High Court: G.K. Ilanthiraiyan, J., quashed the proceedings filed under the Domestic Violence Act in light of being barred by limitation.
Karnataka High Court: Alok Aradhe, J. admitted the petitions under Article 227 of the Constitution of India for quashment of the order
Karnataka High Court: The Division Bench of S.N. Satyanarayana and P.G.M. Patil, JJ. allowed this appeal and remanded the matter back to
Patna High Court: Rajeev Ranjan Prasad, J. dismissed a review application filed by the petitioner-husband for review of this Court’s order in
Tripura High Court: A Bench of Sanjay Karol, CJ and Arindam Lodh, J. allowed an appeal filed by the appellant-wife against the judgment
Bombay High Court: The Bench comprising of V.K. Jadhav, J., while pronouncing an order stated that, “if the wife is not comfortable
Madras High Court: A Division Bench comprising of C.T. Selvam and S. Ramathilagam, JJ. ordered parole of two weeks to a life-convict in
Madras High Court: The Single Judge Bench comprising of M.V. Muralidaran J., held that “If the husband is healthy, able-bodied and in