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Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: hindu adoptions and maintenance act 1956 section 27 maintenance when to be a charge Court: delhi Year: 2015 Page 1 of about 76 results (0.090 seconds)

Jan 14 2015 (HC)

Kusum Sharma Vs. Mahinder Kumar Sharma

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-14-2015

..... would be defeated. 19.20 the aforesaid procedure be followed in all cases relating to maintenance including cases under hindu marriage act, 1955, protection of women from domestic violence act, 2005, hindu adoption and maintenance act, 1956, special marriage act, 1954 indian divorce act, 1869 as well as section 125 cr.p.c. 19.21 it is clarified that the directions contained in the ..... (ix) contribution to ppf, epf, approved superannuation fund. (x) mobile/landline phone bills. (xi) club subscription and usage, subscription to news papers, periodicals, magazines, etc. (xii) internet charges/cable charges. (xiii) household expenses including kitchen, clothing, etc. (xiv) salary of servants, gardener, watchmen, etc. (xv) medical/hospitalization expenses. (xvi) legal/litigation expenses. (xvii) expenditure on dependent ..... have to seriously engage themselves in the journey of discovering the truth. that is their mandate, obligation and bounden duty. justice system will acquire credibility only when people will be convinced that justice is based on the foundation of the truth. xxx xxx xxx 35. what people expect is that the court should ..... and expenditure of the parties are necessary to be determined not only to fix the maintenance under section 24 but also to determine the permanent alimony under section 25 of the hindu marriage act and right to the joint properties under section 27 of the hindu marriage act. it is therefore necessary to formulate a format of the affidavit of assets, income .....

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May 28 2015 (HC)

Naveen Nangia Vs. Chitra Gauba Nangia

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-28-2015

..... when he attained the age of majority.6. section 26 of the hma empowers the court to make provisions for maintenance of only minor children and therefore to grant maintenance in favour of the adult child would be beyond the scope of sections 24 and 26 of the hindu marriage act, 1955. proper legal course in such a situation would be to seek maintenance under section 20 of the hindu adoption and maintenance act, 1956 ..... support the case of the respondent as the hon ble bombay high court in this case had held that the major child would get maintenance under section 20 of the hindu adoption and maintenance act, 1956 and not under section 26 of the hma. the relevant paras of which are: in view of this, this court is of the opinion that since the father i.e. ..... and not under section 24 and 26 of the hma (ref: katarchand dalliram jain v. smt. taravati ..... challenge in the present appeal is to the order dated 27.09.2013, passed by the learned family court, saket, new delhi whereby the learned family court has disposed of two applications preferred by the respondents, i.e., one under section 24 and the other under section 26 of the hindu marriage act, 1955.2. while addressing arguments in support of the .....

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May 28 2015 (HC)

Suman Kundra Vs. Sanjeev Kundra

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-28-2015

..... premise that this was a case which had come up before the high court of gauhati when a petition under article 227 of the constitution of india was filed challenging an interlocutory order passed under section 25 of the hindu marriage act, 1955 and section 20 (3) of the hindu adoptions and maintenance act, 1956 by the learned district judge, shillong directing the revision-petitioner to pay a sum of ..... a ground for filing a petition for grant of divorce under the hindu marriage act was also a ground for divorce under the special marriage act under section 27 (1) (d). it was also taken note that section 36 of the special marriage act provides interim maintenance and a similar provision for ad interim maintenance is made under section 38 for the minor child. the high court observed that the ..... any witness who has been examined and may subject to the law of evidence for the time being in force put such questions to him as the court thinks fit."27. in the aforesaid case, although the application for recalling and examination of a witness was filed but wrong provision of law was mentioned. the supreme court although impressed upon correct .....

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Aug 07 2015 (HC)

Ekta Arora Vs. Ajay Arora and Another

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Aug-07-2015

..... house of her husband's parents without their wishes and caprice. law permits a married woman to claim maintenance against her in-laws only in a situation covered under section 19 of the hindu adoption and maintenance act, 1956. i.e. after the death of the husband and that too when she is unable to maintain herself out of her own earnings etc. it would not be abominable ..... of this case.' 5. being aggrieved, respondent nos.1 and 2, i.e., husband and mother-in-law of the petitioner respectively challenged the aforesaid order in criminal appeal no.27 of 2007 which was allowed on the issue of residence vide impugned judgment dated 25.08.2008 by learned asj, while observing as under:- in the present case also the ..... suresh kait, j. 1. by way of this petition filed under section 482 of the code of criminal procedure, 1973, petitioners seeks directions whereby setting aside the impugned judgment dated 25.08.2008 passed by the learned additional sessions judge, rohini courts, delhi, (asj) in criminal appeal no.27 of 2007 as far as order on residence is concerned. consequently, seeks further directions ..... to restore the order dated 29.09.2007 passed by the learned trial court in her favour. 2. the petitioner filed an application under section 19 of the protection of women from domestic violence act, 2005 (hereinafter referred as the said .....

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Apr 29 2015 (HC)

Vipul Rohilla Vs. Meenakshi

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Apr-29-2015

..... which is bone of contention between the parties and has given rise to the present proceedings.3. respondent filed two affidavits in the proceedings under section 125 cr.p.c. and under section 18 of the hindu adoption and maintenance act, 1956. she stated in the said affidavits that her in-laws had taken jewellery, cash and fdr for `51,000/- in their custody and refused to ..... public funds and time of courts. for this reason also in every case of perjury the court would not mechanically take cognizance or direct prosecution. prosecution should be ordered only when it is considered expedient and in the interest of justice to punish the delinquent. every incorrect or false statement does not make it incumbent on the court to order prosecution ..... issues, when the wife can again indulge in proving that the husband was wrong and she was right, it is not expedient for this court to enter into the fact and become ..... for giving false evidence, is to curb the evil of perjury and to keep the flow of proceedings in courts unsullied and pure. it is only in a rare case, when the court comes to the conclusion that if the complaint is filed conviction is more or less a certainty, that it chooses to become a complainant. in such like contentious .....

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Dec 09 2015 (HC)

Bhupinder Kumar Vs. Radha Rani and Others

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-09-2015

..... , namely sh. ram ratan as pw-4, who deposed that he was present at the time of adoption and his signatures appear on the adoption deed. however, when the said document was ..... . the trial court returned the finding that plaintiff had not been able to establish his alleged adoption by sh. murari lal chobey and smt. shanti devi. the trial court examined the provisions contained in sections 6, 8 and 11 of the hindu adoptions and maintenance act, 1956 (hama) and held that the adoption was, in any event, would not be valid. the plaintiff had produced only one witness ..... the death of sh. murari lal and smt. shanti devi, he claimed that he along with sh.virender kumar became co-owners/ joint owners of the suit property under the hindu succession act, 1956. defendant no.1 is the wife of sh. virender kumar and the defendants no.2 and 3 are the daughters of sh. virender kumar. the plaintiff claimed that whereabouts ..... open court: 1. the present second appeal is directed against the judgment and decree dated 27.02.2015 passed by the learned first appellate court in mca 66/2006, whereby the said regular first appeal has been dismissed, and the judgment and decree passed by the .....

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Apr 10 2015 (HC)

Master Arham(Minor) and Anr Vs. Abhinav Jain

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Apr-10-2015

..... nath, j.(oral) ia no.7085/2014 1. by this application, the plaintiffs seek grant of ad interim maintenance and living expenses.2. the present suit is filed under sections 18 and 20 of the hindu adoption and maintenance act. it is averred that plaintiff no.2 was married to the defendant on 25.11.2007 and they were ..... attempt to persuade students to join the classes. it is possible that plaintiff no.2 may have got some students from whom she might have been charging some coaching fees but no definite conclusion can be arrived at on this aspect based on these computer print out.14. there is no dispute that ..... per the print outs of form 16 placed on record by the defendant, the salary of the defendant is rs.7,60,000/- per annum less rs.27,000/- deducted as tax.15. reference may be had to the judgment of the hon ble supreme court in neeta rakesh jain v. rakesh neetmal jain ..... the supreme court held as follows: 10. in other words, in the matter of making an order for interim maintenance, the discretion of the court must be guided by the criterion provided in the section, namely, the means of the parties and also after taking into account incidental and other relevant factors like social status ..... into account and arrive at a proper amount having regard to the factors which are mentioned in the statute. hence while passing an order of interim maintenance, the order of its very nature is temporary, a detailed and elaborate exercise by the court is not necessary.16. keeping in view that plaintiff .....

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Feb 24 2015 (HC)

Padmini Hindupur Vs. Abhijit S Bellur

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-24-2015

..... sonti, a bench of this court where while dealing with the provisions of section 20 of the cpc (a suit under the hindu adoption and maintenance act), had held that desertion by the estranged spouse qua the other was a continuous act and as such a conduct was continuous unless it was stopped by deserter. ..... conformity with the public policy which is equity and good conscience, such a decree may not been recognized.17. section 13 (b) is relevant. it reads herein as under: when foreign judgment not conclusive.- a foreign judgment shall be conclusive as to any matter thereby directly adjudicated upon between the ..... court wherein the presence of the plaintiff has been through his counsel on 16.12.2014 and again on 17.12.2014 when the matter thereafter adjourned to 27.02.2015. submission being reiterated that the plaintiff had submitted herself voluntarily to the jurisdiction of the foreign court.22. in ..... cannot normally be prevented from approaching the court of choice of the parties as it would amount to aiding breach of the contract; yet when one of the parties to the jurisdiction clause approaches the court of choice in which exclusive or non-exclusive jurisdiction is created, the ..... b) that the decision should be result of the contest between the parties. the latter requirement under the law under which is fulfilled only when the respondent is duly served and voluntarily and unconditionally submits himself/herself to the jurisdiction of the court and contests the claim, or agrees .....

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Mar 16 2015 (HC)

Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications India Pvt. Ltd Vs. Commissioner o ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-16-2015

..... assessed for several reasons including want of reliability in the factual matrix or lack / non-availability of comparables. (see section 92c(3) of the act). (vii) when the assessing officer/tpo rejects the method adopted by the assessed, he is entitled to select the most appropriate method, and undertake comparability analysis. selection of the method ..... 30% *the profit margins of the canon as mentioned in the table pertain to year 2001,2002,2003,2004 and 2005 as extracted from orbis database.? 27. he did a comparison between percentage of amp to gross sales of the indian ae, i.e. the assessee and the profits margin of canon inc ..... and mailers 6,91,526 market development support for copiers 89,93,987 market development support for copiers 98,72,372 market development support for faxes 27,10,972 market development support for faxes 13,57,566 fabrication and display of neon signs 20,40,011 advertisement and sales promotion support for ..... % 4.49% 4.89% 7.64% 7.43% 9.00% 11.54% 7.14% 5.66% 3.6% 16.06% 18.75% 0.27% tpo observed that amp expenditure had increased significantly as percentage of sale. further, the assessee had offered discounts in the form of growth incentive scheme and business volume ..... ,064,039 14 gym charges 355,988 15 sample expenses for manufacture, suppliers and 23,396,979 trade shows. 16 export forwarding and clearing expenses 3,569,537 17 misc. expenses 3,960,471 18 sales incentive expenses 2,869,355 19 warehouse running and maintenance expenses 28,795,393 20 iittf .....

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Jul 10 2015 (HC)

Reckitt Benckiser (India) Ltd. Vs. Union of India and Anr

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jul-10-2015

..... the definition of essential commodities? by amendment to the e.c. act, 1955 by act 30 of 1974 adopting the meaning assigned to drugs in section 3 (b) of drugs and cosmetics act, 1940, the definition of drug? under section 3 of drugs and cosmetics act, 1940 did not contain clause (iv) providing for notified devices? ..... of drug with effect from 01.02.1983.15. in terms of clause (iv) of section 3(b) of the drugs and cosmetics act, 1940, the central government issued notifications dated 17.03.1989, 27.08.2002 and 06.10.2005 specifying altogether 14 devices intended for external or internal use in ..... and that emls be used to guide public expenditures and policies related to access. (g) there is compelling evidence that the male latex condom, when used consistently and correctly, protects against unwanted pregnancy and the transmission of hiv, the virus that causes aids. condoms also protect against several other stis ..... manufacturers whereas there are 11 manufacturers having market share of more than 1% has also been denied and it is stated that letters page 27 of 67 were issued to seven companies and out of the same, only three companies furnished the data and on the basis of the ..... list of essential page 14 of 67 medicines, essential drugs lists of various states, medicines used in various national health programmes and emergency care drugs.27. (iii) the nlem contains such medicines that satisfy the priority health needs of the country?s population. (iv) the nlem medicines are required to .....

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