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Hamid HusaIn Vs. Kubra Begam - Court Judgment

LegalCrystal Citation
SubjectFamily
CourtAllahabad
Decided On
Judge
Reported inAIR1918All235; (1918)ILR40All332; 44Ind.Cas.728
AppellantHamid Husain
RespondentKubra Begam
Excerpt:
.....by the employees working in schools which are established and administered by the cantonment board. [deolali cantonment board v usha devidas dongre, 1993 mah.lj 74; 1993 lab ic 1858 overruled]. - those findings have now been returned, and we are-satisfied that they cannot be successfully assailed on the grounds taken in the petition of objections filed by the plaintiff appellant......have now been returned, and we are-satisfied that they cannot be successfully assailed on the grounds taken in the petition of objections filed by the plaintiff appellant. we desire to refer to the case of armour v. armour (1914) 1 a. l. j., 318. as laying down sound principles of law which we accept and propose to apply to the facts found in this case by the learned district judge. we think the findings of the learned district judge proceed upon evidence and are not vitiate by any erroneous view of the law. we must ace apt his finding that the defendant has reasonable grounds for believing that her health and safety would be endangered if she returned to her husband's custody, and in our opinion this finding disposes of the appeal. we dismiss the appeal accordingly with costs.
Judgment:

Piggott and Walsh, JJ.

1. This was a suit by a Muhammadan husband for restitution of conjugal rights in which, by our order of the 8th of August last, we thought it necessary to remit certain issues for more specific findings by the lower appellate court. Those findings have now been returned, and we are-satisfied that they cannot be successfully assailed on the grounds taken in the petition of objections filed by the plaintiff appellant. We desire to refer to the case of Armour v. Armour (1914) 1 A. L. J., 318. as laying down sound principles of law which we accept and propose to apply to the facts found in this case by the learned District Judge. We think the findings of the learned District Judge proceed upon evidence and are not vitiate by any erroneous view of the law. We must ace apt his finding that the defendant has reasonable grounds for believing that her health and safety would be endangered if she returned to her husband's custody, and in our opinion this finding disposes of the appeal. We dismiss the appeal accordingly with costs.


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