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KEEP KIN OUT OF DOWRY CASES, UNLESS CASE IS MADE OUT: SUPREME COURT

The Supreme Court has cautioned the courts from proceeding with the trial when the police had roped in all the relatives of husband as accused in dowry harassment cases. Giving this ruling, the bench said that the courts should be careful in proceeding against the distant relatives in crimes pertaining to matrimonial disputes and dowry deaths. The judgment came on a petition from some relatives of the husband of a woman who filed a complaint of dowry harassment in Hyderabad. She accused the husband and his maternal uncles of conspiring to torture her and kidnap her son from the U.S.

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BOMBAY HIGH COURT TOOK 8-YEAR-OLD’S WISH INTO ACCOUNT, AND SAID NO TO MOTHER TO TAKE HIM TO UK

The Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court took an eight-year-old boy wishes into account and denied his Delhi-based mother permission to take him to the United Kingdom (UK). His city-based father got custody. The court noted that he was averse to loneliness in the UK and it wouldn’t be good for him if he was to remain abroad. The Court said that the child is intelligent, bold and firm in his decision to stay in the social atmosphere of his father’s family. He is comfortable with the city school’s education.

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BOMBAY HIGH COURT SAID THAT A BUSINESSMAN LIFESTYLE INDICATED HE COULD AFFORD TO PAY THE INTERIM MAINTENANCE AND UPHELD FAMILY COURT ORDER

A businessman’s photographs of wildlife taken at various international destinations and uploaded on facebook nailed his lie that he couldn’t afford to pay maintenance to his estranged wife and child. Bombay High Court held that the income-tax returns furnished as proof did not paint the entire picture of his financial condition, and upheld a family court order directing him to shell out Rs 25,000 as monthly maintenance to his wife and minor son. The court held his lifestyle indicated he could afford to pay the interim maintenance. In 2015, the family court had ordered the businessman to pay the maintenance. The businessman challenged the order in high court contending he could not afford to do so due to his meagre salary. The businessman also pointed out his wife was an architect and could earn a living.

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BOMBAY HIGH COURT GIVEN RELIEF TO A WOMAN SEEKING MAINTENANCE FOR TWO KIDS FROM EX-HUSBAND

While hearing a petition filed by the man claiming that a 2010 order, asking him to pay Rs 20,000 as monthly maintenance to his daughters, was now invalid as his wife had approached the court only in 2015. He claimed the limitation period in such cases was 3 years, the Bombay high court ruled that orders of the family court for maintenance can be enforced up to 12 years from the time the order is passed. The court said that when there is a limitation period provided under Article 136 for execution of order of the civil court, the decree or order of family court under Hindu Marriage Act is permitted to be executed within 12 years.

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UNION CABINET APPROVED INCLUSION OF PROVISION OF BAIL IN TRIPLE TALAQ (DIVORCE) BILL

The Union Cabinet approved the inclusion of provision of granting bail to men found guilty of giving instant triple talaq (divorce) to their wives in the Muslim Women Protection of Rights on Marriage Bill. The amendment that only a woman or her family members could lodge a complaint against a husband for practising instant talaq (divorce) was also approved by the Cabinet. The ‘offence’ of instant triple talaq (divorce) will remain a non-bailable one when a man is arrested but he will be able to apply for bail before the trial, but only after the magistrate hears the wife.

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SUPREME COURT RESERVED VERDICT ON ADULTERY LAW, AND REJECTED CENTRE’S PLEA TO MAKE ADULTERY LAW GENDER NEUTRAL

The Supreme Court rejected the Centre’s plea to make Section 497 of IPC, which punishes only a married man for adultery while absolving the woman, gender neutral to punish both men and women if they strayed from marriage. The Court has reserved its verdict on pleas challenging constitutional validity of adultery law after Additional Solicitor General Pinky Anand, appearing for the Centre, concluded her arguments. The Bench said that adultery does not even qualify as a criminal offence, and is at the most, a civil wrong, and said that adultery has a civil remedy – divorce.

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