Rohtash Singh Versus Smt. Ramendri and others[ ALL SC 2000 MARCH]

Now, adultery is the sexual intercourse of two persons, either of whom is married to a third person. This clearly supposes the subsistence of marriage between the husband and wife and if during the subsistence of marriage, the wife lives in adultery, she cannot claim Maintenance Allowance under Section 125 of the Code of Criminal Procedure.… Read More Rohtash Singh Versus Smt. Ramendri and others[ ALL SC 2000 MARCH]

In case of Second marriage by Muslim Husband, the first wife Can claim Maintenance

KEYWORDS:-Muslim Husband – Second Marriage- Maintenance – AIR 1987 SC 1103 : (1987) 2 SCR 773 : (1987) 2 SCC 285 : JT 1987 (2) SC 55 : (1987) 1 SCALE 672 : (1987) CriLJ SC 980 (SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) Begum Subanu alias Saira Banu and another Appellant Versus A.M. Abdul Gafoor Respondent (Before… Read More In case of Second marriage by Muslim Husband, the first wife Can claim Maintenance

Dr. N. G. Dastane Vs Mrs. S. Dastane

19-03-1975- Keywords-Preponderance of probabilities-Second Appeal-Condonation of matrimonial offence-Sexual Life⇒ The evidence of condonation consists here in the fact that the spouses led a normal sexual life despite the respondent’s acts of cruelty. respondent was guilty of cruelty but the appellant condoned it and the subsequent conduct of the respondent is not such as to amount… Read More Dr. N. G. Dastane Vs Mrs. S. Dastane

“wife” in Section 125 of the Criminal Procedure Code, includes a woman who had been duped into marrying a man who was already married.

18-10-2013-Badshah Keywords:-Legally wedded wife-Maintenance-summary remedy- The Court as the interpreter of law is supposed to supply omissions, correct uncertainties, and harmonize results with justice through a method of free decision IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CRIMINAL MISCELLANEOUS PETITION No.19530/2013 IN SPECIAL LEAVE PETITION (CRL.) No.8596/2013 Badshah ….Petitioner Versus Sou.Urmila Badshah Godse… Read More “wife” in Section 125 of the Criminal Procedure Code, includes a woman who had been duped into marrying a man who was already married.