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Jun 24 1970 (HC)

A. Yousuf Rawther Vs. Sowramma

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jun-24-1970

Reported in : AIR1971Ker261

..... persists as the norm, strong reasons why custom should be against divorce, except in somewhat extreme cases. i take this view because i regard marriage not primarily as a sexual partnership, but above all as an undertakingto co-operate in the procreation and rearing of children.'the law of the marumakkathayees provides a large licence for divorce but actual experience allays ..... of the maintenance by her husband.'this observation was extracted, with approval, in the sind decision and the ancient texts, traditions and fatwaas were adverted to for holding that the indian hanafis had all along allowed divorce for simple failure by the husband to maintain his wife. the most compelling argument in the sind ruling runs thus:'the muslim marriage differs ..... the touch of modernity about this provision; for, the features emphasised are precisely what we find in the civil marriage laws of advanced countries and also in the special marriage act, act 43 of 1954. religious ceremonies occur even in muslim weddings although they are not absolutely essential. for that matter, many non-muslim marriages, (e.g. marumakkathayees) also do not ..... the khulaa device of delayed dissolution operated under judicial supervision. the social imbalance between the sexes will thus be removed and the inarticulate major premise of equal justice realised,19. act 8 of 1939 does not abrogate the grounds already available to a woman and section 2(ii) is clearly a statutory preservation of prior islamic rights. i have dilated .....

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Nov 23 1970 (HC)

T. O. Hydrose Vs. Controller of Estate Duty, Ernakulam.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Nov-23-1970

Reported in : [1971]81ITR745(Ker)

..... 40,000 as the share of the wife and children in different proportion. the business thus continued as a partnership. and the profit derived therefrom for the next year ending 31st march, 1961, was apportioned between the partners in proportion to their shares in the capital; ..... the donees could have taken and utilised as they liked. nor was anything taken straightaway by the donees. the next day, on 1st april, came the partnership deed, in which the entire business was valued at rs. 50,000, kader ooran taking rs. 10,000 as his share and showing the remaining rs. ..... contended before us that what was gifted to the wife and children was a sum of rs. 40,000, so that the profit derived from the partnership in which the said sum was invested by the widow and children would not form part of the estate left by kader ooran. the counsel has ..... to be drawn where the sneddon case ceases to apply and the principle found in section 6(5) of the british finance act similar to section 34(4) of the indian act starts to apply. the two indian decisions in birendra kumar sens case and in gangadharan pillais case, though they are cases under section 10 of the ..... cheques to his wife and children; and on 1st april, the next day, he entered into a partnership with them taking them as partners in the business and admitting the minor son to the benefits of the partnership. (the partnership deed, annexure 'a', however, states that the gift was on 1st april, 1960, and was by .....

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