Denial of sex 'cruelty' but not 'exceptional hardship' for dissolution of marriage before 1 year cooling-off period: Delhi High Court

The Court said that the exception of “exceptional hardship” or “exceptional depravity” contained in proviso to Section 14 of the Hindu Marriage Act would be attracted only in extenuating circumstances.
Denial of sex 'cruelty' but not 'exceptional hardship' for dissolution of marriage before 1 year cooling-off period: Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court has held that denial of conjugal relationship does not amount to “exceptional hardship” or “exceptional depravity” and, therefore, cannot be a ground for dissolution of marriage by mutual consent before the mandated cooling-off period of one year.

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