Category: Matrimonial laws

Karnataka High Court quashes POCSO case against husband booked for having sex with minor Muslim wife

Interestingly, the High Court had in another case that the POCSO Act overrides Muslim personal law with respect to the age of consent for sex and hence, sex after marriage with minor Muslim wife would be punishable. The Karnataka High Court on October 10 quashed a rape case and case under the Protection of Children

HABEAS CORPUS PETITION ALLOWED- DIRECTIONS MADE TO HANDOVER THE CUSTODY OF MINOR MUSLIM WIFE TO HER HUSBAND.

The matter came before Justice Bahl after the husband filed a Habeas Corpus petition seeking the release of the detained wife, who was in custody at Ashiana Home, Sector 16, Panchkula. The Bench was told that both the petitioner and the detainee belonged to the Muslim religion and had performed ‘nikah’ on July 27 at

Dowry demand by wealthier people against impoverished family members of wife is rampant: Bombay High Court

The High Court overturned judgments acquitting the husband and his family members, stating that the evidence of the deceased woman’s parents was rejected on inadequate grounds. The Bombay High Court in Aurangabad recently stated that the societal scourge of dowry persists in our culture, with even ostensibly wealthy people demanding payment from the destitute parents

Rajasthan High Court directs Excise Officer to expeditiously decide plea for release of 1,500 boxes of BIRA Beer seized by Police

‘It Cannot Be Assumed That He Is Not Earning Enough’: Rajasthan High Court Orders Welder Man to Pay Tailor Wife Maintenance

18 June 2022 ‘It Cannot Be Assumed That; He Is Not Earning Enough’: Rajasthan High Court Orders Welder Man to Pay Tailor Wife Maintenance Case- Sarvjeet Kaur v. the State of RajasthanandLakhveer Singh In a recent case involving maintenance, the Rajasthan High Court ordered a man, who worked as a welder, to pay maintenance to

Delhi High Court rejects plea of 97 persons seeking regular employment on completion of apprenticeship

Polygamy: A petition filed in the Delhi High Court asks Muslim males to seek permission from their current wives before entering into another marriage.

3 May 2022 Polygamy: A petition filed in the Delhi High Court asks Muslim males to seek permission from their current wives before entering into another marriage. On Monday, the Delhi High Court requested the Central government’s response to a petition demanding that; a Muslim man receives written consent from his wife/wives before entering into

Whether educated wife entitled to maintenance from husband even if she resides in matrimonial home

Whether educated wife entitled to maintenance from her husband even if she resides in a matrimonial home?

Whether educated wife entitled to maintenance from her husband even if she resides in a matrimonial home? The factual matrix of the case was that a woman had filed a complaint against her husband under “section 12 of Protection of women from domestic violence act, 2005”. In the complaint, the woman has accused her husband

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