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Custody of minor Child Under Indian Law.
“In Laxmi Kant Pandey, this Court duly noted the provisions
of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, but in the general context of
adoption of children and, in particular, regarding the necessity to involve the
natural parents in the consequent guardia...

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No decree for divorce on one isolated incident can be passed.
The Hon’ble Supreme Court held that :- “We are not impressed by the submission of the learned counsel for the respondent that an incident which occurred somewhere in 2010 when the appellant visited the office of the respondent and alleged to have misbehaved...

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A) Whether a party, which has under a settlement agreement decreed by
a Court undertaken to file a petition under Section 13B(1) or a motion
under Section 13B(2) of the Act, 1955 or both and has also undertaken to
appear before the said Court for obtaining divorce can be held liable for
contempt, if the said party fails to file or appear in the petition or motion or
both to obtain divorce in view of the option to reconsider/renege the
decision of taking divorce by mutual consent under Section 13B(2) of the
Act?
B) Whether by undertaking before a Court to file a second motion under
Section 13B(2) of the Act, 1955 at Section 13B(1) stage or by giving an
undertaking to a Court to that effect in a separate court proceeding, a party
waives its right to rethink/renege under 13B(2) of the Act, 1955? If yes,
whether such right can be waived by a party under Section 13B(2) of the
Act, 1955?

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Consent cannot be withdrawn in Mutual Consent divorce u/s 13-B of Hindu Marriage Act.
. In the opinion of this Court, the following questions of
law arise for consideration by a division bench of this Court :- A) Whether a party, which has under a settlement agreement
decreed by a Court undertaken to file a petition under Section 13B(1)
or a...
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