This report covers the Supreme Court's Never Reported Judgment dating back to the year 1951 on whether the property acquired through invalid adoption, will be considered as joint family property.
While interpreting the provisions of Senior Citizens Act, 2007, the Courts must bear the objectives and purposes for which the statute was enacted.
Senior Citizens have every right to protect themselves and in case of ill-treatment and abuse by their children/ legal heirs, can approach the Maintenance Tribunal for their eviction from their property of any kind, which includes both Ancestral as well as Self Acquired Property.
Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, Chandigarh (ITAT): The Coram of Sanjay Garg (Judicial Member) and Annapurna Gupta (Accountant Member) examined the issue as
Delhi High Court: Yogesh Khanna, J., held that right of residence under Section 19 of the Domestic Violence Act is not an
Supreme Court: In a half a century old case relating to a Will, the bench of Sanjay Kishan Kaul* and MM Sundresh,
Sikkim High Court: If a father keeps his self-acquired property for the purpose of mortgage, can his sons interfere in the same?
Punjab and Haryana High Court: Expressing that when the children, who the parents have reared with untold sorrows and miseries, throw them
Bombay High Court: Addressing a matter pertaining to the widow’s right of inheritance on the property of the deceased husband, S.M. Modak,
Bombay High Court: The Division Bench of Ujjal Bhuyan and Madhav J. Jamdar, JJ., while explaining the provisions under Maintenance and Welfare
Litigants think that they can ‘hop on and hop off the case’ at any stage without any consequence using the slogan ‘pure justice’.
Madras High Court: G. Jaya Chandran, J., expressed that the individual property can blend with the ancestral property or with the joint