Maintenance Tribunal required to evaluate material on record before arriving at decision, Delhi HCJune 12 2019
The Delhi High Court has held that since the proceedings before a Maintenance Tribunal are summary in nature, it is not mandatory for it to record evidence or to permit any cross-examination.
Nonetheless, the Maintenance Tribunal is required to evaluate the material available on record before arriving at a decision, the Court stated.
The judgment was passed by a Single Judge Bench of Justice Vibhu Bakhru in a petition assailing an order passed by the Maintenance Tribunal. The Tribunal had . . .
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