Read more about the article Right of Residence under Section 19 of the DV Act is not an indefeasible Right of Residence in shared household especially when the Daughter-in-Law is pitted against aged Father-in-law and Mother-in-law.
PC: High Court of Delhi

Right of Residence under Section 19 of the DV Act is not an indefeasible Right of Residence in shared household especially when the Daughter-in-Law is pitted against aged Father-in-law and Mother-in-law.

DV Act is not an indefeasible right of residence in shared household, especially, when the daughter-in-law is pitted against aged father-in-law and mother-in-law.

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Read more about the article High Court has inherent powers to grant pre-arrest bail and bar against Anticipatory Bail under Section 18 of the SC/ST Act can be invoked if a prima facie case is made out.
PC: High Court of Delhi

High Court has inherent powers to grant pre-arrest bail and bar against Anticipatory Bail under Section 18 of the SC/ST Act can be invoked if a prima facie case is made out.

The Court while hearing a bail application has observed that the High Court has inherent powers to grant pre-arrest bail in appropriate cases and bar against Anticipatory Bail under Section 18 of the SC/ST Act could only be invoked if a prima facie case is made out.

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