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domiciled in India by the Indian and Colonial Divorce Jurisdiction Act 1926. This Act also validated the past decrees ... jurisdiction in matters matrimonial was sufficient to give jurisdiction in divorce. Consequently, Section 4 applied to divorce as well
Bombay High Court
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Secretary of State pointed out that the doctrine that divorce jurisdiction must be based on domicil did not obtain ... from it having been recognised in 1861 that divorce jurisdiction need not be based on domicil, the law of nations
Bombay High Court
- Cites 37 - Cited by 19 - Full Document
conferred on this Court by the Indian and Colonial Divorce Jurisdiction Act of 1926 (16 and 17 George V. Chap ... section (2) of the Indian and Colonial Divorce Jurisdiction Act, 1926, in manner provided for in Sub-section
Calcutta High Court
- Cites 16 - Cited by 1 - Full Document
nationality. Principles governing matters within the divorce jurisdiction are so conflicting in the different countries that not unoften ... recognition in America and a brief acquaintance with the divorce jurisdiction in Nevada. The United States of America
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 17 - Cited by 47 - Full Document
which is the Indian and Colonial Divorce (Jurisdiction) Act, 1926, and accordingly the petition was in the form required ... arising under the provisions of the Indian and Colonial Divorce (Jurisdiction) Act of 1926. The point for decision
Calcutta High Court
- Cites 14 - Cited by 2 - Full Document
under Section 1(4) of the Indian and Colonial Divorce Jurisdiction Act, 1926, suggested that Rule 928 was based upon ... Secretary of State under the Indian and Colonial Divorce Jurisdiction Act. 7. With the greatest respect to the learned Judges
Bombay High Court
- Cites 10 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
Part II of the Indian Divorce Act deals with the jurisdiction of the Courts. Part III deals with dissolution ... directly excluded the idea that the Act gave jurisdiction to decree divorce in the case of non-domiciled parties
Bombay High Court
- Cites 34 - Cited by 8 - Full Document
under those of the Indian and Colonial Divorce Jurisdiction Act of 1926, read in the light of the rules framed ... causes in the Indian Courts, the Indian and Colonial Divorce Jurisdiction Act was passed in 1926, which conferred upon High
Calcutta High Court
- Cites 29 - Cited by 10 - Full Document
Calcutta High Court Sachindranath Chatterjee vs Sm. Nilima Chatterjee on 16 May, 1969 Equivalent citations
Calcutta High Court
- Cites 32 - Cited by 4 - Full Document
partial recognition of the break-down theory in the divorce jurisdiction under the Hindu Marriage Act , which till then recognised ... than never) recognition of this breakdown theory in the divorce jurisdiction under the Hindu Marriage Act has been made
Calcutta High Court
- Cites 18 - Cited by 4 - Full Document
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