January 2020

SENIOR CITIZEN :  The Punjab Action Plan, 2014 is at the most in legal status equal to a notified Government Order or an Office Memorandum devised outside the Parent Act and the Punjab Rules, 2012 lending power to evict and the District Magistrate acting as a Maintenance Tribunal under Section 7 to decide “upon the order for maintenance under section 5” of the MWPSC Act does not possess the draconian power of eviction from property. It is non-statutory for eviction and therefore impermissible and unsustainable in law.

By | January 26th, 2020|Senior Citizen|

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May 2018

December 2017

November 2017

October 2017

July 2017

Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007, S.22–Shared household–The daughter-in-law cannot be said to have a right in the house of father-in-law/mother-in-law, who lodged a complaint against the parents of husband and caused harassment to old aged in laws.

By | July 24th, 2017|Senior Citizen|

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Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007, S.2(g) & S.4– Eviction—Petitioner has petitioner has no relation whatsoever with respondent except that of landlord and tenant

By | July 22nd, 2017|Senior Citizen|

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Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007, S.32 & S.22– Eviction of Children-Petitioner (Father and Senior Citizen) disowned his son by giving notice in newspaper and permission to stay with him stands withdrawn-

By | July 16th, 2017|Senior Citizen|

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June 2017

Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007, S.23 & S.27– Eviction Order-Challenged-Father was a senior citizen and absolute owner of the house-Son and daughter in law forcibly took possession of first floor of house—Held; Both are only licencee—No illegally or perversity in impugned order-Order Upheld.

By | June 22nd, 2017|Senior Citizen|

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December 2016

October 2016

Eviction-Maintenance-The Act contemplates two remedies, one of summary eviction and another of maintenance, the forum of deciding both these remedies are separate-Therefore, initiation of two separate proceedings for eviction and maintenance, arising out of same complaint, is justified

By | October 22nd, 2016|Senior Citizen|

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Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act. 2005 — S.12—Eviction – Shared Household-Petitioner was residing in house fully owned by her father-in-law-Father-in-law and Mother-in-law became US Citizens and returned to India to permanently settle in their house in their advance age (79 and 75 years)

By | October 19th, 2016|Domestic Violence, Senior Citizen|

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