It cannot be overlooked that the father needs to have visitation rights of the child

Gaurav Nagpal vs Sumedha Nagpal

Supreme Court

19/11/2008

CIVIL APPEAL NO. 5099 OF 2007

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Learned counsel for the appellant submitted that the child’s education is of paramount importance and the father is spending good amount of money for providing him excellent education, and the mother does not have the financial affluence as the appellant claims to have. But that can be taken care of if father is asked to pay the educational expenses of the child in addition to the maintenance being paid to the respondent. But at the same time it cannot be overlooked that the father needs to have visitation rights of the child.

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