In this Order, AP HC held that, u/s 22 of Hindu Marriage Act, parties are prohibited from disclosing any information regarding the proceedings between them under HM Act and there is a penalty levied in case of this violation. This section is the protection given to parties for right of privacy during such proceedings.
Nooty Vasishta Venkateshwarlu Vs Nooty Sindhu Sharma on 01 June 2020
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