Excerpt: Dowry as a quid pro for marriage is prohibited and not the giving of traditional presents to the bride or the bride groom by friends and relatives. Thus, voluntary presents given at or before or after the marriage to the bride or the bridegroom, as the case may be, of a traditional nature, which … Continue reading Dowry as a quid pro for marriage is prohibited and not the giving of traditional presents to the bride or the bride groom by friends and relatives.
Excerpt: Coming to the case of prosecution for the offences under Sections 3 and 4 of Dowry prohibition Act, the alleged payment of dowry of Rs.50.00 lakhs cash and presentation of gold of 200 tulas and registration of property in the name of the second respondent took place at the time of marriage, i.e. on 27.04.2016 and the later … Continue reading korimerla videesha vs state of ap
Excerpt: Supreme Court of India Tabrez Khan @Guddu vs The State Of Uttar Pradesh on 5 April, 2019 Author: A M Sapre NONREPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CRIMINAL APPEAL No. 602 OF 2019 (Arising out of S.L.P.(Crl.) No.8074 of 2018) Tabrez Khan @ Guddu & Ors. ….Appellant(s) VERSUS The State … Continue reading Tabrez Khan @Guddu vs The State Of Uttar Pradesh
Excerpt: If at all it was the case of the prosecution witnesses that the Deepa was subjected to cruelty soon before her death, it is not clear as to why the parents of Deepa had not lodged any complaint in the police station that Deepa was ill-treated by the accused and the ill-treatment was … Continue reading Pramod S/O Badriprasad Pal vs The State Of Mah
Excerpt: Considering the fact that there was bald allegation of general in nature against the petitioners, who have separate living and the investigating officer after thorough investigation did not find sufficient evidence, has not filed the charge sheet against them, but the trial court merely on the basis of the reiteration of the allegation in … Continue reading need more than prima facie evidence to summon additional accused under crpc 319