The DM as an appellate authority can ensure that no one should make any hindrance to a senior citizen to enjoy the property as per his ‘need’, and the right to eviction is the last step.
Bombay High Court: In a petition filed by the son challenging the order passed by the Sub Divisional Officer, Eastern
Supreme Court: In an appeal directed against the judgment and order upholding conviction of the appellant for the offence under Section 20(b)(ii)(C)
“One can understand the mental trauma which the parents face in the evening of their life but the agony suffered by a parent cannot be a cause of disturbance to the other inmates or to the organizers who have resolved to take care and run the old age home.”
In 2013, Gujarat High Court addressed a case wherein a son audaciously suggested that his parents should move to and stay in
Bombay High Court: G.S. Kulkarni, J., addressed an ordeal of a senior citizen who would be soon in her nineties and was
“No FIR under SC&ST Act (can) be registered at the instance of third party, unless an opinion is sought from the District Attorney (Legal) that the complainant falls within the definition of victim as per SC&ST Act.”
Punjab and Haryana High Court: Expressing that when the children, who the parents have reared with untold sorrows and miseries, throw them
Madras High Court: The Division Bench of P.N. Prakash and R. Pongiappan, JJ., addressed a contempt petition filed under Section 10 of
Supreme Court: In a case relating to Prevention of Corruption Act, the 3-judge bench of Ashok Bhushan, R. Subhash Reddy and M.R.
Supreme Court: The bench of Ashok Bhushan and R. Subhash Reddy, JJ has directed that all old age people who are eligible
Kerala High Court: A. Muhamed Mustaque, J. dismissed a petition challenging the order of Appellate Authority under Maintenance and Welfare of Parents
Kerala High Court: A Single Judge Bench comprising of Devan Ramachandran, J. granted relief to a helpless senior citizen holding that the
Chhattisgarh High Court: A Single Judge Bench comprising of Goutam Bhaduri, J. allowed a petition filed under Section 482 CrPC by a