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by Sekar Reporter · Published September 29, 2020
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by Sekar Reporter · Published November 14, 2020
The Madras High Court recently held that the award of maintenance in matrimonial disputes should ordinarily be from the date of the application by the woman-claimant and not from the date of the order awarding maintenance (Mohamed Nisha Banu v. Mohamed Rafi and ors). An award from the date of the order can be made only if there are sufficient supporting reasons for the same, Justice K Murali Shankar ruled
by Sekar Reporter · Published February 22, 2021