ANALYSING MAINTENANCE AND ALIMONY OF CHILDREN AND SPOUSE UNDER MODERN HINDU LAW (2020)
BRIJ MOHAN DUTTA JCR. 2020: 1844-1855
A child's life is profoundly affected by their social position, which is influenced by whether or not they are born into a legally recognized family. When there is a biological connection between two people, Hindu law does not treat the kid as if it were born out of wedlock in this study, we explore the topic of spousal support under the Hindu Marriage Act. Permanent alimony and maintenance after a 180-day divorce is basically a product of legislation, as is the idea of maintenance pendente lite, which seeks to put the woman back in the same position of comfort and lifestyle as she had throughout the marriage. The plan's objective is to provide help and comfort to the husband, the kids, and the grandparents. The Court has absolute discretion over the amount of maintenance. In addition to its protection under the law, the right to maintenance is an integral aspect of fundamental human dignity. Indirectly, Article 125 of the Criminal Procedure Code serves to safeguard individuals' most fundamental rights.
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