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Jan 15 1981 (HC)

Yogeshwar Prasad Vs. Jyoti Rani Prasad

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-15-1981

Reported in : AIR1981Delhi99; ILR1981Delhi359

..... of conjugal ' rights, judicial separation, dissolution and annulment. section 24 applies only when the main petition is pending. the incidental and ancillary provisions in section 25 had to be made because if this were not done, then no maintenance could be claimed except whatever could be claimed under section 125 criminal procedure code . and section 18 of the hindu adoption and maintenance act, 1956. it is thereforee urged that there is a compelling ..... reason for interpreting 'husband and wife' in section 25 so ..... as to include ex- spouses but there is no such compulsion in respect of section 24. if the legislature wanted to .....

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Apr 09 1981 (HC)

Pushpa Rani Vs. Krishan Lal

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Apr-09-1981

Reported in : AIR1982Delhi107; ILR1982Delhi851; 1982RLR268

..... the decision of the supreme court in dastane v. dastane, : [1975]3scr967 . it must now be held that the concept of cruelty under section 13(1) of the hindu marriage act, 19ss must involvi' the same meaning as it is understood under the english law. it involves a requirement higher than reasonable apprehension mentioned in ..... and she appeals, to be keen to make her home. she has no animus to desert her husband even though she was justified to do so when he charged her with incest and he himself left her at the door of her parents. (12) thus, neither desertion nor cruelty was established and the husband, ..... september 4, 1976. since then she did not return to her matrimonial home. (2) on july 4. 1977 she filed an application under section 125, criminal procedure code . for maintenance alleging inter alias that the husband all the time danced attendance en bindra devi and bought presents for her and carried her to places of entertainment. ..... petitioner krishan lal. but she denied the claim of the husband that he was a sort of a son to the june as or that he was adopted or educated in their house. as a matter of fact, after the husband's father died. he left the family home and came to live with ..... alleged that earlier also, once he left her at her parents house against her consent and when she returned on august 14, 1975 he made a condition that her parents will not visit her, and on july 27, 1976 when her mother happened to visit her, the husband got annoyed and started abusing her in the .....

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