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CASE ANALYSIS: T. Sivakumar v The Inspector of Police & Ors

Citation: AIR 2012 Mad 62 FACTS OF THE CASE A father approached the Madras High Court to order the Inspector of Police (the first respondent) to ensure his daughter’s release from the custody of a father and his son (second and third respondents). The petitioner contended that the respondents had

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Maintenance Under Section 125 of the Criminal Procedure Code

Introduction Granting of maintenance is a form of social justice that empowers the wife, children, parents, near relations, dependents etc. of a man by giving them the desired financial support. It aims to curb immortality and keep destitution at bay. The term ‘maintenance’ in Indian law refers to an entitlement

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Supreme Court: In Established Possession, Injunction Can Be Obtained Even by Trespasser

In a judgment passed on 8th February 2021 by the Supreme Court, it was observed that if a trespasser is having an established possession of a property, he is entitled to obtain an injunction. This judgment was passed by the bench comprising Justice Ashok Bhushan, R. Subhash Reddy, MR Shah while upholding the judgment of Madras High Court decreeing an injunction suit.

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