Maintenance is given from the date of application, not from the date of order: Allahabad High Court
The Bombay High Court while quashing an FIR against in-laws of women who alleged harassment at their hands observed that nowadays, it has become a tendency to make vague and omnibus allegations, against every member of the family of the husband, implicating everybody under Section 498-A of the Indian Penal Code. A division bench of Justice ZA Haq and Justice Amit Borkar of the Nagpur.
Recently, the Allahabad High Court in Lucknow stayed the order of the Chief Judicial Magistrate, under which the CJM, acting as a Lok Adalat, convicted a person and sentenced him to a fine. Justice Karunesh Singh Pawar passed the order on a petition filed by Surya Kumar and others under section 482 of CrPC.
The Allahabad High Court observed that while it is well established that an adult has the right to live with someone of his own free will, the fact that the married boy is not more than 21 years of age will not invalidate the marriage. A division bench of Justice Ashwini Kumar Mishra and Justice Shamim Ahmed clarified that at the most, it may make the person liable to punishment under section 18 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.
Mohit Agarwal (31 years) is currently in a live-in relationship with a married woman (36 years old). Last year in October 2021, the woman had left her matrimonial home due to harassment by her husband (who had lodged the FIR in question) and started living with Mohit Agarwal (petitioner no.
Allahabad High Court has given a big order regarding transgender. The court has said that even a transgender woman can adopt a child. The court said that any child can be adopted under the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956 by single parents. This order was given by a division bench of Justice Dr. Kaushal Jayendra Thakur and Justice Vivek Verma while hearing a petition filed by a transgender woman Reena Kinnar and her husband. In the petition, there was a demand to issue an order to the Deputy Registrar Varanasi to consider the online application for registering their marriage
The Allahabad High Court observed that as per Section 202(1) of CrPC if an accused resides outside the jurisdiction of a Magistrate, it is mandatory for such Magistrate to proceed under Section 204 of CrPC. that he may either investigate the matter himself or direct an inquiry.
The Orissa High Court has observed that denial of bail should not be used as an indirect method to punish accused persons before their sentencing. was also opposed
While granting bail to the petitioners here, a single judge bench of Justice Sanjeev Kumar Panigrahi said,
The Allahabad High Court recently granted bail to a POCSO accused who had fled due to a romantic relationship between a 14-year-old girl (victim). The court said that they both ran away, got married in a temple, and lived with each other for almost two years, during which the girl gave birth to a child.