The Court said that Section 498-A is being rampantly misused by the complainants and all the family members are roped in the complaint only with a view to harass them.
Meghalaya High Court said as the son-in-law did not have the intention to cause death.
Allahabad High Court said that the detenue is living with her parents, thus, it cannot be said that she is in illegal detention.
There is no pending matrimonial dispute between husband and wife that necessitates granting the prayer for DNA testing. Moreover, when the petitioner’s husband is not challenging the identity of wife and children, such a prayer is unwarranted.
Chhattisgarh High Court: A Division Bench of Goutam Bhaduri and Deepak Kumar Tiwari JJ. entitled father-in-law to pay maintenance to widowed daughter-in-law
Delhi High Court: In a case wherein a father-in-law was accused of raping his own daughter-in-law, Subramonium Prasad, J., expressed that, Rape
Kerala High Court: N. Anil Kumar, J., decided a matter wherein the son-in-law claimed his right on father-in-law’s property while pleading that
Delhi High Court: Prathiba M. Singh, J. while addressing the matter, expressed that “…in the opinion of this Court, all cases of
Bombay High Court: The Division Bench of A.S. Chandurkar and N.B. Suryawanshi, JJ., reiterated that father-in-law has a moral responsibility to maintain
Bombay High Court: Nitin W. Sambre, J., while addressing a petition with regard to grant of maintenance held that under Section 19 of
Delhi High Court: A Single Judge Bench comprising of R.K. Gauba, J. dismissed a petition filed by the petitioner-wife for a right