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Hindu Marriage Act , 1955 can be dissloved by foreign decree of divorce has been long recognised by the Courts ... aforesaid question. Their Lordships have held that foreign decrees of divorce including decrees of Sister States are to be either
Orissa High Court
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Commission Report Recognition Of Foreign Divorce LAW COMMISSION OF INDIA PLD-92.LXV 2,000 SIXTY- FIFTH REPORT ON RECOGNITION ... FOREIGN DIVORCES April, 1976 PRINTE BY THE MANAGER, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA PRESS, NASIK-422006 AND PU SHED BY THE CONTROLLER
Law Commission Report
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Shorn of confusing refinements, a foreign decree of divorce is denied recognition in American Courts if the judgment is without ... founded. Domicil is such a jurisdictional fact. A. foreign divorce decree is therefore subject to collateral attack for lack
Supreme Court of India
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therefore contended that the decree of divorce by the foreign court is void, as it is rendered by a Court ... plaintiff pursuant to the grant of decree of divorce by the foreign court in having approached the very court
Karnataka High Court
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support and maintenance, non-resident spouse seeking enforcement of foreign divorce decree in India, agitated children of deceased non-resident ... support and maintenance, non-resident spouse seeking enforcement of foreign divorce decree in India, agitated children of deceased non-resident
Law Commission Report
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jurisdiction. The question of jurisdiction of a foreign Court in a divorce proceeding is generally dependent upon the domicile ... founded. Domicile is such a jurisdictional fact. A foreign divorce decree is therefore, subject to collateral attack for lack
Bombay High Court
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should have approached the competent court seeking declaration of foreign divorce decree as null and void. 11. Learned counsel ... facts of the present case. It is contended that foreign divorce decree was an ex parte decree wherein respondent could
Delhi High Court
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days for the purpose of obtaining divorce- Divorce decree by foreign court on a ground not available under ... cases, the Courts in this country should recognise the foreign divorce decrees. 9. The rules of Private International
Supreme Court of India
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necessary party notwithstanding the fact that the said foreigner is 399 non-resident and not subject to the jurisdiction ... more sweeping character than its application to foreign divorces, because in the first place it extends to enforcement
Supreme Court of India
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Lords who decided this case recognised a foreign decree for divorce on the ground that the petitioning spouse ... Pearce, the court must be not "simply purveying divorce to foreigners who wish to buy it." In the words
Kerala High Court
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