Maintenance Tribunal can evict Legal Heirs on the ground of ill-treatment of parents, Delhi HCOctober 6 2018
The Delhi High Court has held that a Maintenance Tribunal constituted under The Maintenance and Welfare of Parents & Senior Citizens Act, 2007 (Act) has the power to evict legal heirs from self-acquired or ancestral property of parents on account of ill-treatment or non-maintenance.
The judgment was pronounced by a Division Bench comprising Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V Kameswar Rao in a Letters Patent Appeal against an order of a single-judge bench, directing the appellant and his . . .
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