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Judicial Seperation is not a way to Divorce

Bench: D Mohapatra, D Raju CASE NO.:Appeal (civil) 1473 of 1999 PETITIONER:HIRACHAND SRINIVAS MANAGAONKAR Vs. RESPONDENT:SUNANDA DATE OF JUDGMENT: 20/03/2001 BENCH:D.P. Mohapatra & Doraiswamy Raju JUDGMENT:D.P. MOHAPATRA,J. The point that arises for determination in this case is short but by no means simple. The point…

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