As has been observed by American writers a simple declaratory decree without further relief, where it has to be sought for, is not necessarily useless, for, “this possibility of further relief gives, in practice, an immediate coercive effect to the declaration itself”. If the defendant voluntarily complies with the declaratory decree by giving up his unlawful interest, the parties need not incur further expense in litigation concerning consequential relief.
Since the 5G roll-out has not actually happened, though – equally damaging – trials involving the human population have started (which is not the same as doing trials on pigs and/or rats, and/or in an empty Thar Desert, or on the employees of the private defendants) – so that not even one single human life is lost by these trials, the plaintiffs are agreeable if this Court, while waiving the requirement of Section 80(1) of the CPC, grants fair opportunity to the State Defendants to show cause as to why no interim relief be granted which, in any case, is sought against the private defendants, and not against the State defendants.
A Hindu widow has only restricted powers of alienation with regard to the properties she inherited from her husband and it is only under exceptional circumstances, that she can confer an absolute title on others
34. Discretion of court as to declaration of status or right— Any person entitled to any legal character, or to any right as to any property, may institute a suit against any person denying, or interested to deny, his title to such character or right, and the court may in its discretion make therein a declaration that he is so […]