Court : Delhi
Decided on : May-16-1986
Reported in : ILR1986Delhi76
..... defendant to maintain the daughter and provide for her marriage expenses. the word 'maintenance' under section 3(b) of the hindu adoptions and maintenance act, 1956 include.- the reasonable expenses of an incident to marriage, of an unmarried daughter. thus under the hindu adoptions and maintenance act the liability i? of defendant to provide maintenance and marriage expenses for the daughter. i am, thereforee, of the opinion that ..... of the defendant. (10) the defendant submits that a provision should be made out of this property for the marriage and other maintenance expenses of the daughter before partition. section 20 of the hindu adoptions and maintenance act provides for maintenance of children and aged parents. the obligation to maintain a daughter is o' father specially an unmarried daughter who is unable to ..... originally belonged to his grand father. in other words, it is admitted by the defendant that this is ancestral property. (7) all property inherited by a male hindu from his father, father's father or father's father's father, is ancestral property. the essential feature of ancestral property according to the mitakshara law is that ..... others vs. anand swarup and others decided by this court, that the defendant is the karta and the manager and has been looking after the joint hindu family properties since 28th april, 1972 when the decree in the partition suit was passed. the plaintiffs do not wish to keep the said two properties joint and seek partition besides accounts. .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Feb-14-1986
Reported in : AIR1987Delhi52; 1986(11)DRJ297
..... is founded on the ground of bestiallty, the occasion when, the place where and the particulars of the beast with whom the husband had been guilty of bestiality; (xi) in the case of divorce under section 13(2)(iii) of the act, particulars of the decree under section 18 of the hindu adoptions and maintenance act, 1956 or of order under section 125 of the code of criminal procedure, 1973 ..... the date and the place of repudiation and iti mode ; (h) the property mentioned in section 27 of the act, if any ; (i) the relief or reliefs prayed for.'(53) it is to be noted that the delhi high court rules require specific acts of cruelty, and the occasion when. and the place where such acts were committed, hy its very nature, these pertain to physical ..... separate paragraphs with the times and places of their alleged commission.'(47) mr. gulati says that rule 4 (vii) set out above, requires the petitioner to state the matrimonial offences charged in separate paragraphs. the times and places of occurrence of the matrimonial offences has also to be set out.(48) in the instant case we are concerned with the matrimonial ..... with one of the parties, and that party collaborates with the children to perpetrate cruelty, the cruel conduct of the child of the marriage may become a factor to be acted upon.(27) in the facts and circumstances of this case, i am inclined to believe what was deposed to by the respondent regarding the cruel .....Tag this Judgment!