Smt.Parveen vs Sh.Hukum Singh on 17 August, 2016

2. A petition under Section 13(1)(ia) of Hindu Marriage Act for
dissolution of marriage was filed by the respondent/husband before the
family Court which was allowed granting a decree of divorce on the ground
of cruelty.
3. It is admitted case of the parties that they got married on February 28,
1994 as per Hindu rites and customs. The parties were blessed with three
daughters. The eldest one was born on December 07, 1994, second daughter
was born on December 21, 1996 and the third daughter was born on August

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30, 2004. While the appellant was employed as a Teacher (TGT) in
Government School, the respondent was employed as Food Inspector in
Directorate of Prevention of Food Adulteration, Govt. of NCT of Delhi. The
matrimonial life was smooth till the year 2002. The differences arose when
the appellant along with her husband purchased Flat No.175 in Sector-1,
Pocket-1, SFS Flats, Dwarka and the parents of the appellant also purchased
a flat at the same place just opposite their house i.e. Flat No.265, Pocket-1,
Sector-1, DDA, Dwarka, New Delhi.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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