Rajasthan High Court has ordered expedited disposal of this DV case within 3 months. Interim maintenance order is reduced to 2500 per month.Deepak Dwivedi And 2 Others Vs State Of U.P. And Another on 23 January, 2019
DV Orders are appealable under Section 29 of PWDV Act.Amarjeet Singh Saunkhi Vs Rashmi Manku on 31 January, 2019
This is a short revision order from hon’ble High Court of Rajasthan, wherein it was held that due to limitation restriction, the complaint was time barred and as such Magistrate was right in not taking cognizance of this case. The knife filed 498A case after separating from husband for 10-12 years!!!
State Vs Mumtaz Ali & Anr on 8 August, 2017
And the sweet response from the judge for the assertion that “498A IPC is a continuing offence” was, It is not so.
Hon’ble Supreme Court held that if there is second (or more) FIRs on the same facts, then all of them need to be consolidated with FIR that was registered first and investigated together as one FIR.
Bhanwar Lal Vs State on 18 August, 2017
Hon’ble High Court of Rajasthan, has quashed the order of taking cognizance in 498A case and also the FIR. Very good and reasoned judgment.
Both husband and knife file separate divorce petitions one after another and then filed MCD too, which got allowed.
Dr. Rajneesh Satyadev Rajpurohit Vs Magistrate No.3 on 16 April, 2015