Maintenance Tribunal required to evaluate material on record before arriving at decision, Delhi HC

Aditi Singh June 12 2019
Legal Education

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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