Family Court does not require consent of parties to conduct enquiry to find out truth: Kerala High Court

"To find out the truth, the Family Court does not require the consent of the parties. If fairness is reflected in any of the approaches, such an approach is clothed with legal protection," the Court said
Kerala High Court
Kerala High Court

The Kerala High Court recently held that as long as a fair procedure is adopted, family courts do not require the consent of parties to order enquiries to ascertain the truth while adjudicating on family disputes. [Nisha Haneefa v Abdul Latheef]

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