Wrong Address Of Wife In Divorce Petition: Karnataka HC Sets Aside Decree Of Divorce Granted To Husband [Read Judgment]

Wrong Address Of Wife In Divorce Petition: Karnataka HC Sets Aside Decree Of Divorce Granted To Husband [Read Judgment]

The Karnataka High Court on August 29, 2019, in the case of Smt. Renu v. Kamalesh has set aside a decree of divorce granted ex-parte to the husband and remanded the matter back to the Family Court for fresh consideration. The judgment was passed by a Division Bench comprising of Justice S.N. Satyanarayana and Justice […]

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For Presumption That Wife Who Is Not Seen For Seven Years Is Dead, Husband Has To First Approach Civil Court Seeking Declaration: Karnataka HC

For Presumption That Wife Who Is Not Seen For Seven Years Is Dead, Husband Has To First Approach Civil Court Seeking Declaration: Karnataka HC

The Karnataka High Court on August 20, 2019, in the case of Union of India v. K.L. Micheal has held that for the presumption that wife who is not seen for seven years is dead, the law provides that the husband has to first approach the Civil Court seeking declaration that his wife is dead. […]

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Nurses Cannot Be Categorized As 'Medical Practitioners'

Nurses Cannot Be Categorized As ‘Medical Practitioners’, State Medical Council Has No Jurisdiction To Take Action Against Them: Karnataka HC

The Karnataka High Court on June 18, 2019, in the case of The Medical Superintendent Kasturba Hospital v. Smt. Fathima Bi has held that the nurses cannot be categorized as medical practitioners practicing medicine and the State Medical Council has no jurisdiction to take action against them. The order was passed by Justice B. Veerappa […]

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Karnataka HC To Bengaluru Civic Bod

Create Artificial Ponds For Immersion Of Idols And Pooja Materials: Karnataka HC To Bengaluru Civic Body

The Karnataka High Court on June 18, 2019, to protect lakes in the Bengaluru city has suggested Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) to consider creating artificial ponds for immersion of idols and pooja material. A Division Bench comprising of Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice H.T. Narendra Parasad also directed the corporation to lift litter […]

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