Supreme Court bench heard the plea filed by Madhya Bharat Arya Pratinidhi Sabha and stayed on Madhya Pradesh High Court wherein the court directed the Arya Samaj to solemnise the marriages in accordance with the provisions of the Special Marriage Act, 1954.
Allahabad High Court while hearing a Criminal Revision filed by Tarun Pandit held that the wife, who is divorced and not accepting permanent alimony is entitled to maintenance even if an order for maintenance allowance has been passed by the Family Court under the Hindu Marriage Act.
apprehension about the right of a divorced woman to get alimony. Justices Indu Malhotra and UU Lalit held that it “was certainly open to the wife to give up any claim so far as maintenance or permanent alimony or stridhan but she could not have given up the rights which vest in the daughter (a minor) insofar as maintenance and other issues are concerned”.
A single-judge bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court while pursuing the petition, found that petitioner had filed a petition under Section 9 of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 for Restitution of Conjugal Rights.
A single-judge bench of Allahabad High Court while hearing a petition filed by Garima Tripathi said that in matrimonial cases, convenience of the wife is the dominating factor for justifying transfer of a matter.
The Punjab and Haryana High Court today dismissed a divorce petition filed by a couple for the waiver for six months period necessary for their divorce with mutual consent under Section 13-B of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 (The Act) citing irreconcilable differences. The marriage was not consummated and the couple is living separately from the very third day of their marriage.