The husband did a ‘Marriage deed’ (whatever that means) separation with his first wife and married the second woman.
Swapnanjali Sandeep Patil Vs Sandeep Ananda Patil on 06 March 2019
13.1 At the outset it is required to be noted that the appellant filed the arriage petition for a declaration to declare her marriage with the respondent as null and void on the ground that, at the time of their marriage, the first marriage of the respondent with his first wife was subsisting; that the respondent committed a fraud and suppressed the material fact of his first marriage, and in fact, in the registration form he stated himself to be a bachelor.
Citations: [(2019) SCC Online SC 329]
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