“Additionally, the attempted mediation settlement was also violated by the wife, who only wanted to enjoy the monetary benefits arising out of the settlement but never wanted to fulfil her end of the bargain”
“It cannot be stated that the allegations attributed to the husband were completely wrong, but the facts would reveal that the allegations were made on account of the abnormal unexplained behaviour of the husband.”
The circumstances and the witness statements proved the husband’s complicity in killing wife beyond reasonable doubt.
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: In a case relating to the appeal filed by the wife against the decision of the family
Gujarat High Court: Nirzar S. Desai, J. quashed an FIR and its consequential proceedings which were registered for the offences punishable under
Madras High Court: In a case of marital discord and petitioner-wife, a practicing advocate was seeking removal of respondent-husband from
Delhi High Court: In a case where two adults married against the wishes of the family and now anticipate danger to their
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
The malafide intentions of an estranged husband is to depress his income as much as possible, for sadistic pleasure, of seeing the agony of someone, who has no choice, but to be dependent on him, may be dictated by egoistic propensity to also possibly teach his wife a lesson for not falling in line with whatever be his dictates.
Karnataka High Court: Hemant Chandangoudar J. quashed the FIR against accused 5 being the woman who had illicit relations with
Rajasthan High Court: Pushpendra Singh Bhati J. modified the impugned order and enhanced the compensation to Rs 75000/- (for wife) and Rs
Gauhati High Court: While addressing a matter with regard to maintenance of wife, Rumi Kumari Phukan, J., expressed that, the statutory right
Punjab and Haryana High Court: In a matter with regard to mental cruelty, the Division Bench of Ritu Bahri and Ashok Kumar
Bombay High Court: Vibha Kankanwadi, J., held that, if a husband files a divorce petition that cannot be taken as an act
In the Split verdict on Criminalisation of Marital Rape Exception (MRE), the Division Bench of Delhi High Court pronounced a 393-Pages Judgment,
Delhi High Court: In a split verdict the Division Bench of Rajiv Shakdher and C. Hari Shankar, JJ., laid down their opinion
Allahabad High Court: Brij Raj Singh, J., while discussing the matter with regard to providing maintenance to a wife, noted that the
Saket Courts, Delhi: While addressing a maintenance matter, Anuj Agrawal, Additional Sessions Judge-05, expressed that, it can not be believed that a
Allahabad High Court: Rahul Chaturvedi, J., noted that a lady soon after coming to know that her husband got married in clandestine