Another ex parte order in DV case.
A key observation by Magistrate
The Petitioner has also sought for compensation Rs.10,00,000/- from the 1st Respondent. But she did not specify as to on what counts she had sought such compensation. In these circumstances, the mere averment in the Petition is not sufficient to grant compensation to the Petitioner, since the tie between the Petitioner/ Aggrieved Person is sacred the marital tie and it cannot be equated with any business relation wherein the damages or compensation will be paid for breach.
N.Sumithra Vs R.K.Govinda Rajulu on 30 October, 2017
[related_posts_by_tax title=”5 Recently Updated Posts, Similar or Related To Above Post” orderby=”post_modified” posts_per_page=”5″ show_date=”true”]
Shades of Knife
Curated, Reproduced from main.sci.gov.in, judis.nic.in, lobis.nic.in, indiacode.nic.in and other Indian High Court and District Court Websites such as ecourts.gov.in or any other Government websites such as Gazettes and repositories of Government Orders and Commented in accordance with Section 52(1)(q) of the Copyright Act 1957 (India) and any other applicable public disclosure laws/provisions in India and in various other countries.
I neither have control to remove copies of this document(s) that may be available on websites of High Courts or Supreme Court of India or any of the many other sites, law journal or reporters which carry the same judgment in entire form, nor I can remove references/links to this document(s) from the results of Search Engines such as Google.com.
Read more gyan here .