High Court Judgments

  • Daughter-in-Law’s Right To Reside – Senior Citizens Act

    In a landmark judgment the Delhi High Court while adjudicating on a matter under Senior Citizens Act, 2007 observed that a daughter-in-law’s right to reside in the premises of her in-laws cannot be greater than the right of her husband. Judgment – Senior Citizens Act W.P. ( C ) 6592/2018 $~41 IN THE HIGH COURT…

  • Instances of Cost Imposed by High Courts – News

    News Link Year HC imposes Rs 10,000 cost on MHA, Personnel min on CISF inspectors’ plea 2022 Bombay HC imposes cost on lawyers for attaching objectionable photos to petition 2022 जवाब पेश न करने पर हाईकोर्ट ने लगाई 10 हजार रुपये की कॉस्ट, गलती करने वाले अधिकारी से वसूली के निर्देश 2022 Karnataka HC raps…

  • Judgment of Delhi High Court – Senior Citizens Act

    Senior Citizens with ownership right in property and who face ill-treatment or harassment at the hands of their children / relatives / heirs have been bestowed with specific rights under the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007. Judgment – Senior Citizens Act Neutral Citation Number 2022/DHC/005878 W.P.(C) 17772/2022$~5 IN THE HIGH…

  • Eviction Order on Complaint of Harassment – Senior Citizens Act

    Senior citizens can lodge complaints if they are facing harassment, torture or ill-treatment from their own children or even those who are residing with them but not taking proper care of them as mandated under the Senior Citizens Act, 2007. The Delhi High Court in its recent judgment upheld the decision of the District Magistrate…

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