‘Their Marriage Is Evidently A Dead Letter’: Supreme Court Dissolves A Marriage Invoking Article 142 Powers

Their marriage is apparently a dead letter, the Supreme Court watched whereas dissolving a marriage conjuring its jurisdiction under Article 142 of the Constitution.

 The court noted that, in this case, the parties have been living independently since May 2010 and have been locked in in lawful procedures against each other.

 “This Court has, in a catena of past judgments, conjured its powers beneath Article 142 of the Structure to break up a marriage, such as in Sneha Parikh v. Manit Kumar. It is pointless to harp on the point by duplicating all these rulings’, the seat of Judges CJI NV Ramana, Surya Kant and Hima Kohli observed. In this case, the spouse and mother in law had approached the Summit Court challenging the Calcutta High Court arrange. denying to subdue procedures against them started by spouse. The court alluded the matter to intervention at the Supreme Court Mediation Middle. The parties settled the issues between them and asked the Court to break up their marriage by mutual consent. “In line with these reliable proclamations, we consider it fitting to give the help looked for by the parties for common separate. Appealing party No. 1 and Respondent No. 2 have been repelled for over a decade, and the interface of their girl have as of now been defended in terms of the Additional Affirmation dated 8th October, 2021 by Appealing party No. 1. The Common Assent Terms dated 5th Eminent, 2021, moreover make it clear that not one or the other party has any complaint in the event that this Court were to break down their marriage through work out of its powers beneath Article 142”, the court watched within the arrange.

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