Daughter-in-law's right to live in shared household cannot be to the exclusion of in-laws: Delhi High Court

The Court ruled that the petitioner's stance that her in-laws should not be allowed to live in their own property was contrary to the settled understanding of the subject.
Delhi High Court
Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court on Monday ruled that a daughter-in-law's right in a shared household is not an indefeasible right and cannot be to the exclusion of the in-laws [Ritu Chernalia vs Amar Chernalia and Ors.]

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