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Parveen Mehta v. Inderjit Mehta (SC)
Meaning and import of the expression 'cruelty' as a matrimonial offence. Test of cruelty in matrimonial offences.
 
 
Parveen Mehta v. Inderjit Mehta (SC)
Cruelty may be taken as be taken as a behavior by one spouse towards the other which causes reasonable apprehension in the mind of the latter that it is not safe for him or her to continue the matrimonial relationship with the other.
 
 
Savitri Pandey vs. Prem Chandra Pandey (SC)
Cruelty may be contemplated as a conduct of such type which endangers the living of the petitioner with the respondent.
 
G.V.N.Kameswara Rao vs. G.Jabilli (SC)
Whether acts constitute cruelty may be assessed having regard to the status of the parties in social life, their customs, traditions and other similar circumstances.
 
V. Bhagat vs. D. Bhagat (SC)
Mental cruelty in Section 13(1)(i-a) can broadly be defined as that conduct which inflicts upon the other party such mental pain and suffering as would make it not possible for that party to live with the other.
 
Y. Narasimha Rao And Ors vs Y. Venkata Lakshmi And Anr (SC)
Jurisdiction under the provisions of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.
 
Y. Narasimha Rao And Ors vs Y. Venkata Lakshmi And Anr (SC)
Conclusiveness of foreign judgment under section 13 of the Code of Civil Procedure.
 
Y. Narasimha Rao And Ors vs Y. Venkata Lakshmi And Anr (SC)
Court will be a court of competent jurisdiction which the Act or the law under which the parties are married recognises as a court of competent jurisdiction to entertain the matrimonial dispute.
 
Y. Narasimha Rao And Ors vs Y. Venkata Lakshmi And Anr (SC)
Decision of Foreign court should be a result of contest between the parties.
 
Y. Narasimha Rao And Ors vs Y. Venkata Lakshmi And Anr (SC)
Only law that can be applicable to the matrimonial disputes is the one under which the parties are married, and no other law.
 
Y. Narasimha Rao And Ors vs Y. Venkata Lakshmi And Anr (SC)
In relation to foreign judgement it is necessary to ascertain and ensure effective contents, in the absence of which it should be held that the proceedings are in breach of the principle of natural justice.
 
Y. Narasimha Rao And Ors vs Y. Venkata Lakshmi And Anr (SC)
Rules for recognising foreign matrimonial judgement in this country. Effect of foreign judgment in matrimonial cases. Hindu law.

 

 
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