Maid’s testimony swings custody battle against wife
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Maid’s testimony swings custody battle against wife Timesofndia.indiatimes.com
Jun 16, 2015
MUMBAI: An affidavit of a maid alleging illicit affairs by a woman recently swung a custody battle over children, a minor boy and girl, in favour of the husband. …
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Custody of minor shall be with mother: SC Timesofndia.indiatimes.com
Mar 4, 2015
NEW DELHI: In a custody battle between estranged parents, a minor child, who has not completed five years of age, shall be allowed to remain with the mother, the Supreme Court has ruled saying that in such cases child should not treated as a “chattel”. …
Husband’s illicit relationship is not always cruelty: SC Timesofndia.indiatimes.com
Feb 19, 2015
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has ruled that a husband’s illicit relationship with another woman may not amount to ‘cruelty’ towards his wife and count as a ground for abetment to her suicide. …
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