Comments Off on “When a person undergoes a trial in which he is acquitted of the allegation of offence under Section 498-A of IPC, levelled by the wife against the husband, it cannot be accepted that no cruelty has meted on the husband.”
Comments Off on HELD The allegations of the appellant-husband of the respondent-wife being overly attached to her parents or not knowing basic cooking or being rude to him cannot be said to constitute cruelty
Comments Off on Divorce–Cruelty–Acquittal in criminal case-Mere fact that the criminal proceedings initiated by the wife ended in a judgment of acquittal itself would not lead to a finding that she is guilty of causing extreme mental cruelty
Comments Off on Condonation of Cruelty—After the incidents of cruelty parties lived together for long—This amounts to condonation of acts of cruelty—None of the party thereafter can claim divorce on ground of such condoned acts of cruelty.
Comments Off on Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, S.13–Divorce–Cruelty–Adultery–Husband able to prove the ground of adultery—Publication of news item with photograph on point of adultery is sufficient to hold that wife caused mental cruelty to husband
Comments Off on Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, S.13—Divorce–Cruelty–Misbehaviour by Wife–As per husband, after the marriage wife started quarreling with him without any reason—However, no instance mentioned by him as to when and on what occasions she started quarreling with him
Comments Off on Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, S.12 & S.13–Divorce–Cruelty–Divorce Petition dismissed–Challenged–Earlier divorce petition withdrawn—Parties resided as husband and wife—Fraud if any, ceased to exist
Comments Off on Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, S.13–Divorce–Cruelty-To constitute cruelty the conduct complained of should be ‘grave and weighty’ so as to come to the conclusion that petitioner spouse cannot be reasonably expected to live with the other spouse