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Cruelty - as a ground for Divorce

 Cruelty - as a ground for Divorce

There are delicate personal and emotional ties involved in marriage concerns. There must be enough room for the couple to make fair modifications while still maintaining their mutual sense of trust and respect. There must be societal conventions for the connection to work, as well In light of such standards and social order, the statute has been crafted to govern the practise of marriage.

A divorce is a legal breakup of a marriage, which allows one to leave his or her spouse and be free of marital responsibilities, with some limitations, under certain conditions. In this project, I'll look at a variety of topics necessary to getting a divorce, but I'll focus on cruelty to show how Indian Hindu law supports this and the resulting ramifications. A few examples, such as the legal provisions and the basis for divorce in Hindu law will help us better comprehend this issue. It is based on these personal experiences that I have had while interning at the H.C. during my internship dealing with divorce cases that I have formed my conclusions and thoughts on. My project report includes a tiny bibliography of resources from which I drew inspiration.

Every matrimonial action that may irritate the other spouse is not necessarily harsh. Minor arguments and irritations between spouses that occur in the course of daily marital life may not constitute cruelty. Cruelty in a marriage can be subtle or savage, and it might be unwarranted. It can be done with words, gestures, or even just silence, and it doesn't have to be harmful.

It must be "grave and serious" to conclude that the petitioner spouse cannot reasonably be expected to live with the other spouse in order to qualify as cruelty. The "regular wear and tear of married life" can't be the cause. To determine if the alleged cruelty in matrimonial law applies, it is necessary to assess the conduct in question in light of the surrounding circumstances and history. Several aspects, such as the socioeconomic level of the parties, their education, physical and mental conditions, norms and traditions, must be taken into account when evaluating conduct. Defining or describing what constitutes cruelty is difficult because there are so many different types of cruelty. When a relationship has deteriorated so far that it is impossible for them to remain together without mental torment, suffering, or distress, the Court must be satisfied that the complaining spouse is entitled to a divorce because of the other spouse's actions. Even if you don't physically harm your victim, you might still be guilty of cruelty if you've been torturing them for a long period of time. Using filthy and harsh language to repeatedly disturb the other person's mental tranquilly is one form of mental cruelty.

Section 13(1)(ia) of the Hindu Marriage Act-1955 provides for divorce on the basis of cruelty;




A decree of divorce can be issued to dissolve a marriage that was solemnised before or after the start of this act if either the husband or the wife can prove that the other party treated them cruelly after the marriage was solemnised.

According to the provisions of this section, anyone who has been subjected to harassment or abuse of any kind by the other spouse may use this legal ground to file for divorce in a court of competent jurisdiction. According to this provision, the intent to be cruel is not a necessary component of cruelty as defined by the courts.


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