Maintenance: A Way of Social Justice to the Domestic Violence Victims in India

  • Jasdeep Kaur
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  • Jasdeep Kaur

    Pursuing PhD at Amity University Jaipur Rajasthan, India.

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Granting maintenance to an aggrieved wife is a proportion of civil rights without anyone else. It is a man's key obligation to maintain with his significant other, kids, guardians, close relations, and so on inasmuch as they can't maintain with themselves. This paper discusses the object of maintenance to forestall shamelessness and desperation and improve the financial state of ladies and kids. Maintenance law in India relating to Hindu females can be arranged into two sorts this paper puts the limelight on Right to Interim Maintenance this part of the paper includes Maintenance Pendente lite Maintenance for the widow. The principal type visualises maintenance following a separation, or another marital cure, for example, nullity of marriage in this part of the paper, concerning essential landmark judgments explains when a woman can get Alternate accommodation/ Right to separate accommodation. In the principal class, the maintenance can be asserted under Section 25 of Hindu Marriage Act 1955 and in the second class maintenance to a spouse, parent and youngsters under Section 125 of Cr.P.C. and Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956. In this paper, an endeavour has been made to determine the nature and extent of maintaining a spouse, widow and ward under the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act 1956. Furthermore, this paper discusses Section 25 of Cr.P.C. Profoundly maintenance laws overseeing the top of the Hindu family, and adequate cures have been accommodated to something similar. This part of the puts limelight on the Indian Law And Objective And Scope Of Maintenance and discusses the Comparison Between Maintenance Laws Under Hindu Adoption And Maintenance Act 1956 And Cr.P.C 1973. The last part of this paper consists of Findings – suggestions, And Conclusion.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 1, Page 1281 - 1289


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