Husband can seek Divorce if decree for restitution of conjugal rights is not obeyed by wife

Arun vs Varsha

Bombay HC, Aurangabad Bench

14/10/2014

AIR 2015 (NOC) 203 Bom; FAMILY COURT APPEAL NO. 32 OF 2004

About/from the judgment:

Husband can seek Divorce if decree for restitution of conjugal rights is not obeyed by wife!

 

Learned Judge of the Family Court has failed to consider that inspite of decree of restitution of conjugal rights passed in favour of petitioner-husband, the respondent-wife had not gone back to the petitioner-husband and on the other hand fought the litigation with tooth and nails upto this Court for setting aside the decree of restitution of conjugal rights passed in favour of petitioner-husband.

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