Author: Saksham agarwal

FACTS The defendants Harwood was the owner of a two horse van, which was being driven by his servant, a man named Bird on August 24 1932. He was collecting a delivery receipt on Paradise Street and in doing so left his horse unattended on the left side of the street. The carriage was later found with a broken chain, which the servant claimed to have put. It was a crowded street, filled with people and a lot of children due to the proximity of several schools. It is speculated that because of some boys throwing stones at the horses,…

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CASE FACTS ┬áIn the year 2010 petitioner Anuradha Samir Vennangot and respondent Mohandas Samir Vennangot tied the knot after being acquainted since 2006. The marriage of the petitioner with the respondent was solemnized according to Hindu Vedic Rites in 2010. In 2013 some misunderstandings developed between the two parties and the petitioner left the house and went on to live with her parents. In 2015 the respondent husband filed for dissolution of marriage under Section 13(1)(1a) of the Hindu Marriage Act on the grounds that the wife had committed various acts of cruelty during the course of the wedding. The…

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