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Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, does not enlarge the scope of the word desertion so as to take in by definition ... Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 (which we shall hereafter refer to as the Act), praying for a decree against the respondent
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 17 - Cited by 107 -
1964 AIR 40
- Full Document
Act, 1955 praying for judicial separation. The parties were married on December 14, 1950 at Calcutta according to Hindu rites ... petitioner. Under Section 10 of the Hindu Marriage Act, desertion in order to be a ground for judicial separation must
Calcutta High Court
- Cites 2 - Cited by 3 -
AIR 1973 Cal 393
- Gupta - Full Document
reason of the provisions of the Hindu Marriage Act of 1955 (Act 25 of 1955), it is competent ... significant that the Hindu Marriage Act of 1955 now when dealing with desertion under Section 10 does make it clear
Bombay High Court
- Cites 19 - Cited by 0 -
AIR 1958 Bom 116
- Chagla - Full Document
under Section 13(1) of the Hindu Marriage Act on the ground of desertion. The case of the appellant ... Section 13(1)(i-b) of the Hindu Marriage Act the desertion should be for a continuous period
Madras High Court
- Cites 9 - Cited by 0 -
(1989) 1 MLJ 21
- K Natarajan - Full Document
force of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, the respondent contracted a second marriage. After the Act came into force ... necessarily afford a reasonable cause for desertion. The object of the Hindu Marriage Act, being not only to amend
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 13 - Cited by 45 -
1972 AIR 459
- Full Document
Hindu Marriage Act for dissolution of his marriage with the respondent-wife on the ground of desertion as well ... Explanation to Section 13(1) of the Hindu Marriage Act as "desertion of the petitioner by the other party
Calcutta High Court
- Cites 7 - Cited by 6 -
AIR 1988 Cal 111
- A Bhattacharjee - Full Document
Section 13(l)(i-b) of the Hindu Marriage Act is, 'desertion' is for a continuous period not less than ... spouse who is acting unreasonably who will be in desertion. Where both act unreasonably or, at least, where it cannot
Madhya Pradesh High Court
- Cites 6 - Cited by 5 -
AIR 1991 MP 346
- D Dharmadhikar - Full Document
Section 10 of the Hindu Marriage Act which enables either party to a marriage to move the court praying ... Explanation to Section 10(1) of, the Hindu Marriage Act defines desertion to mean the desertion of the petitioner
Delhi High Court
- Cites 25 - Cited by 3 -
1974 44 CompCas 499 Delhi
- R Sachar - Full Document
Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 is given hereunder:-- "Either party to a marriage, whether solemnized before or after the commencement ... above cases. "Desertion" within the meaning of the provisions of the Hindu Marriage Act (1955) does not imply only
Allahabad High Court
- Cites 9 - Cited by 3 -
AIR 1970 All 102
- R Prasad - Full Document
desertion by the defendant, who is the wife of the plaintiff, for four years under the Hindu Marriage Act ... wife had deserted the husband from August 1949. 2. Now, under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, only judicial separation
Bombay High Court
- Cites 6 - Cited by 3 -
AIR 1958 Bom 26
- Tendolkar - Full Document
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