Joint petition for dissolution of marriage cannot be dismissed for want of reasons for separation: Madras HC(DB) [Read Judgment]

The reason assigned by the Family Court that parties have not assigned the reasons clearly for not being able to live together is of no relevance at all in a matter like this. It is not for the Court to probe into such reasons and decide as to whether parties were justified in living separately. That is not the scope of a petition filed under Section 13-B of the Hindu Marriage Act

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