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Search Results for Tag : Section 498A


Allahabad HC: No Arrest During 2 Months Cooling-Off Period After Registration of FIR(15.06.2022)

Allahabad High Court has issued certain guidelines to prevent misuse of Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code including: no action should be taken aga.....

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Allahabad HC: Misuse of Section 498A of IPC Affecting Institution of Marriage(15.06.2022)

Allahabad High Court has held that misuse of Section 498A of Indian Penal Code (IPC) is impacting the traditional institution of marriage and live-in .....

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J&K HC: Complaint Under Section 498A is Maintainable Even If Marriage is Void(04.01.2021)

Jammu & Kashmir High Court has held that even if the complainant woman's marriage with a man is void, still the man and his relatives could be prosecu.....

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Woman can File Case U/S 498A IPC at Place Where She Takes Shelter: SC(09.04.2019)

Supreme Court has held that a woman driven out of her matrimonial home because of cruelty can initiate criminal proceedings under Section 498A of IPC .....

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Complaint Need Not be Filed U/S 498A IPC by Woman Subjected to Cruelty Herself: SC(01.05.2019)

Supreme Court has held that Section 498A of Indian Penal Code does not contemplate that complaint for offence under Section 498A should be filed only .....

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Guj HC: Section 498A Being Rampantly Misused by Only With a View to Harass Family Members(27.06.2023)

Gujarat High Court while quashing a FIR under Section 498A against an octogenarian woman has observed that Sections of 498A are being rampantly misuse.....

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Kar HC: Can’t Quash Wife’s Complaint U/S 498A Merely Because Filed After Husband Demand’s Divorce(06.06.2023)

Karnataka High Court has observed that there can’t be a declaration of law that once the divorce notice is sent by the husband, the complaint register.....

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Cal. HC: Misuse of Section 498A Unleashing New Legal Terrorism(22.08.2023)

Calcutta High Court while quashing a criminal proceeding has remarked that the legislature has enacted the provision of Section 498A to strike out the.....

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Ker. HC: Living Together on the Basis of Marriage Agreement Has No Legal Sanctity in the Eye of Law(17.10.2023)

Kerala High Court has held that when the couple is living together on the basis of a marriage agreement, they have to be treated as persons in live-in.....

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SC: Courts can Entertain Complaint u/s 498A Where Wife Takes Shelter After Leaving Matrimonial Home(22.11.2023)

Supreme Court has held that Courts at the place where the wife takes shelter after leaving or being driven away from the matrimonial home on account o.....

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