Allahabad High Court
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“In child custody matters, the remedy ordinarily lies under the statutory law, or the personal law, as applicable in the facts of the case; however, in cases which justify the exercise of the extraordinary discretionary jurisdiction under Article 226, a writ of habeas corpus would be issued where it is demonstrated that the detention of minor child, is illegal or without any authority of law.”

stability of child
Case BriefsSupreme Court

Supreme Court said that the fact that when custody of the child was handed over to the aunt , she was un-married, and is now married having two children will not be a deterrent for this Court to come to the conclusion that best interest of the child still remains with the aunt as the child is living with her ever since she was 3-4 months old.

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If the prayers of the petitioners in the present petition are not considered favorably, it would create a situation where the respondent already having given up any claims towards the minor child, she would be deprived of the right to be taken care of and maintained by the petitioners, who are more than willing to take care of her needs, being the biological parents of the minor child.”

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Karnataka High Court: K Natarajan, J., rejected the prayer for bail and dismissed the petition. The instant criminal petition was filed under

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Gauhati High Court: Achintya Malla Bujor Barua, J., addressed a matter wherein a marriage took place under the Special Marriage Act, but the