Comparison to other women amounts to cruelty; dissolving wrecked marriage is in public interest: Kerala High Court

Preservation of an unworkable marriage which has long ceased to be effective is bound to be a source of greater misery for the parties, the Court held.
Kerala High court, Divorce
Kerala High court, Divorce

The Kerala High Court recently observed that constant comparisons with other women and repeated taunts by the husband would amount to mental cruelty as contemplated under Section 10(x) of the Divorce Act, 1869, for the purpose of dissolution of marriage.

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