[Dowry Prohibition] Change has to come from within; ask Law Commission to look into strengthening law: Supreme Court

The Court also said that it cannot issue directions to make pre-marriage counselling certificates mandatory for marriage registration since it could have serious consequences.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Monday opined that dowry prohibition laws in India might need to be reinforced and strengthened, but it was up to the legislature to do so, and not the courts [Sabu Stephen v. Union of India].

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