Excerpt:Allegation begins with change in behavior of petitioner after some time of marriage without disclosing that period. Firstly, threatening was given to complainant, thereafter demand of Rs. 50,000/- was made and thereafter it is said that petitioner husband began to come late in night and causing assault daily without showing any cause, further demand in … Continue reading Different nature of cruelty for different cause- 498a quashed,
Excerpt:t is in fact crystal clear from the complaint itself that there was no demand of dowry as such by this petitioner and, according to the case of the complainant itself, the amount of Rs. 4,00,000/- was deposited towards expenses in marriage which will not attract the provisions of Section 3 / 4 of the Dowry prohibition Act. Patna … Continue reading Money deposited for marriage expenses will not attract the provision of dowry prohibition act.
Calcutta High Court (Appellete Side) Ors vs State Of West Bengal & Anr on 29 January, 2010 Author: Raghunath Ray 1 4. 29.01.2010 d.d. CRR No. 3824 of 2007 Sri Birendra alias Virendra Kumar Barun (Kanaujia) & Ors. Vs. State of West Bengal & Anr. Mr. Soumitra Banerjee, Mr. Srikanta Paul ............ for the Petitioners. … Continue reading 498a quashed on territorial jurisdiction by calcutta high court.
1)Shailesh Sehgal &Ors vs the state of rajasthan 2)Dinesh Kumar Sharma and anr vs the State of Rajasthan Rajasthan High Court - Jodhpur Shailesh Sehgal & Ors vs State & Anr on 16 September, 2011 1. S.B. CRIMINAL MISC. PETITION NO. 1459/2006 (Shailesh Sehgal & Ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan & Anr.) DATE OF ORDER … Continue reading 498a quashed on territorial jurisdction by rajasthan high court
1)Manju Dutta vs The state of Delhi Excerpt: A perusal of the record shows that the marriage took place at Faridabad. At the time of the marriage the house of in laws was at Faridabad. Various incidents of cruelty are referred to but the same took place in the matrimonial house. Further the husband of … Continue reading 498a quashed on territorial jurisdiction by delhi high court