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SC: Circulate 'Rajnesh v. Neha' Judgment to All Judicial Officers - (08 Nov 2023)

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Supreme Court while observing that its guideline regarding payment of maintenance in matrimonial cases as laid down in Rajnesh v. Neha (MANU/SC/0833/2020; 2020/INSC/631) is not being followed, has directed that copy of judgment to be re-circulated to judicial officers in all High Courts.

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