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Whether Burden of proof is on Husband to prove that wife deserted him without cause?

IN THE HIGH COURT OF BOMBAY Family Court Appeal No. 110 of 2006 Decided On: 04.08.2008 Arundhati Deepak Patil Vs. Deepak Bhaurao Patil Hon’ble Judges/Coram: B.H. Marlapalle and D.B. Bhosale, JJ. Citation; 2008(6) MHLJ 554 Bom 1. This appeal is directed against the Judgment and order dated 22.6.2006…

HC : Pay rent to mother in law

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MUMBAI CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION WRIT PETITION NO.8283 OF 2008 Sanchita Amitabh Dasgupta .. Petitioner. Vs. Amitabh Prashant Dasgupta & Anr. .. Respondents. Mr.Nikhil Karnavat i/b Mr.Ajit Kulkarni for the petitioner. Mr.Anil Dhavale i/b A.Apte for the respondents. Coram:…

Accused presence is not compulsory Always

Bombay High Court Bhaskar Sen vs State Of Maharashtra And Ors. on 1 September, 2004 Bench: D Bhosale JUDGMENT D.B. Bhosale, J. 1. This group of five petitions involves a common question of law and, therefore, were heard together and are being disposed of by…

Wild allegations – Cruelty redifined reframed in HMA

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT BOMBAY CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION FAMILY COURT APPEAL NO.68 OF 2005 Smt Nita alias Nathi Hitendrakumar Sakariya, aged 24 years, Occ: Household, Hindu Indian Inhabitant of Rajasthan, residing at C/o Kantilal Dhar-Parmar Sumerpur Main Bazar, Near M.P.Traders,Dist.Pali, Rajasthan-306902 ……


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