Another judgment this time from Bombay High Court, which says no cruelty proved in maintenance case under section 125 CrPC results in no maintenance to Knife.
This sentence in last para is not appreciable though.
Sanjay Sudhakar Bhosale Vs Khristina on 8 April, 2008
However, the payment of maintenance allowance, if any, during the intervening period, is not refundable by her.
Shades of Knife
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