Making False Accusation Of Impotency By A Spouse In Matrimonial Proceedings Amounts To Cruelty: Kerala High Court

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Making False Accusation Of Impotency By A Spouse In Matrimonial Proceedings Amounts To Cruelty


Coram: Mr. Justice A.Muhamed Mustaque & Honourable Dr. Justice Kauser Edappagath

Case No: MAT.APPEAL NO. 254 OF 2015

Court Observation: “unsubstantiated accusation and character assassination in a written statement would constitute mental cruelty”

“This Section cannot be treated as a provision placing the burden upon a spouse to the marriage, to reveal the entire information about him or her to the other. This provision cannot at all be operated Vis a Vis the suppression of information.”

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