Court : Delhi
Decided on : Mar-19-1990
Reported in : 41(1990)DLT323; II(1990)DMC438
..... , legitimate or illegitimate, one of whose parents is a hindu by religion and who is brought up as a hindu is a hindu. i may note here that section 2 in this act is the same as in the hindu minority and guardianship act, 1956, hindu adoptions and maintenance act, 1956 and the hindu succession act, 1956. there is explanationn (b) in section 2(1) of the adoptions and maintenance act, 1956 .which brings into its fold a child brought up ..... ) and which is as under :- 'lastly it was urged that the appellant was not informed about the respondent's marriage with lilabai when she married the respondent who treated her as his wife, and, thereforee, her prayer for maintenance should be allowed. there is no merit in this point either. the appellant cannot rely on the principle of estoppel so as to ..... not extended a similar protection in respect of the mother of the child. this judgment of the supreme court cannot be made use of in the proceedings before me as section 16 of the act becomes applicable when the marriage, though void, is between two hindus. since, the marriage in the present case could not have been solemnized under the ..... , smt. rakhi kumar. the applicants state that this stand was taken by shri charan kumar in order to save himself from the charge of bigamy. the fact that the first applicant smt. rakhi kumar was christian on the day when, she says, she married shri charan kumar is not denied, but it is stated that she embraced hinduism after the marriage. she .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Jan-16-1990
Reported in : AIR1990Delhi170
..... the corporation is a representative body of the residents of delhi. the corporation, as a body,. corporate, is charged with the municipal government of delhi. section 41 declares that subject to the provisions of the act and the rules, regulations and bye-laws made there under the municipal government of delhi shall vest in the ..... courts of civil judicature. they are governed by their prescribed rules of procedure and they deal with questions of fact and law raised before them by adopting a process which is described as judicial process. the powers which these courts exercise, are judicial powers, the functions they discharge are judicial functions ..... not be swayed one way or the other on mere impressions of a general nature as have been expressed in the impugned order. no doubt, when the tribunal takes up the appeal for final decision, it would give due consideration to the material that may be available on record of the ..... appeal. this subsection also casts an obligation upon the tribunal to pass such orders after giving the parties to the appeal an opportunity of being heard.27. the pertinent question is: who are the parties to the appeal? the answer is simple and there can be no doubt about it. the ..... support the argument advanced by mr. sabharwal as there is no provision in the act like section 18(b) of the industrial disputes act as it was first enacted or re-numbered section 19(3)(b) after its amendment in 1956.25. there is yet another way to test the argument of mr. sabharwal in .....Tag this Judgment!