Potency Test
Case BriefsSupreme Court

Supreme Court said that as the husband is willing to undergo potency test, the High Court should have upheld the order of the Trial Court to that extent

Delhi High Court
Case BriefsHigh Courts

The Family Judge has erred in analyzing the life of the parties by taking a myopic view and by considering each incident as an independent window, when in fact it is the journey of the parties through their matrimonial life, which is determinative of their compatibility, progressiveness, and growth.

Karnataka High Court
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The High Court noted that Divorce via Mubarat i.e. Mutual Consent, is an accepted form of Divorce under Muslim Personal Law and there is no impediment for Family Courts to recognise the same and declaring the status of the parties.

MasterChef Kunal Kapur divorce
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When such is the nature of one spouse towards the other, it brings disgrace to the very essence of marriage and there exist no possible reason as to why he should be compelled to live while enduring the agony of living together.

Bombay High Court
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The High Court while upholding the quantum of compensation, agreed with the observation of the Trial Court that at the age of 55 years, the wife had lost her prospects vis-à-vis her personal life after being subjected to domestic violence from 1994-2008.

Delhi High Court
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A wife’s withdrawal from matrimonial relationship unilaterally without any reason thereby depriving husband of conjugal bliss, since October 2013 till date, can only be inferred as an act of cruelty.

Delhi High Court
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The allegations which assassinate the character of the spouse amounts to the highest level of cruelty, which no doubt shall shake the foundation of their marriage.

Delhi High Court
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“To nurture the matrimonial bond, it is of high significance that parties live together and avoid leaving each other’s company frequently.”

Delhi High Court
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Howsoever abysmal the differences maybe between the spouses, but in no realm can the act of the aggrieved spouse of igniting animosity and hostility in the minor child in an attempt to use the child as a weapon to get even with their spouse, could be justifiable.

Karnataka High Court
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The High Court opined that taking care of children is shrouded by countless responsibilities and necessary expenditure from time to time and the husband cannot preposterously contend that the wife is lazing around and not earning money to take care of the children.

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Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage
Experts CornerKhaitan & Co

by Bijal Ajinkya†, Sachin Bhandawat†† and Vatsal Singh†††

delhi high court
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“Pressurizing spouse to fulfil distant and whimsical dreams clearly not within his financial reach may create a sense of persistent dissatisfaction which would be sufficient mental strain to drain the contentment and tranquillity out of any married life.”

delhi high court
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Azoospermia means there is an absence of live spermatozoa in the semen. There could be various causes for such a condition, including obstruction of the tubules or ducts, i.e., the reproductive tract, or even due to infection, retrograde ejaculation or aspermatogenesis. Thus, azoospermia is categorized under two heads: obstructive and nonobstructive.

kerala high court
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“The law is an ass is a derisive expression said when the rigid application of the letter of law is seen to be contrary to common sense.”

High Court weekly Roundup
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A quick legal roundup to cover important stories from all High Courts this week.

mutual consent divorce
Experts CornerKhaitan & Co

by Bijal Ajinkya† and Sachin Bhandawat††
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himachal pradesh high court
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“Needless to say, matrimonial matters are matters of delicate human and emotional relationship and to maintain such relationship for a long, there is requirement of mutual trust, regard, respect, love and affection.”

madras high court
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Madras High Court held that the period of treatment the wife has taken from the parental home cannot be termed as desertion.

delhi high court
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“It is evident that the fight inter se the parties was not on any justifiable grounds, but was a war between the egos prompted by the desire to wreak vengeance against the spouse.”