Senior citizen's right to exclusively reside in his own house must be viewed from prism of Article 21: Calcutta High Court

The Court noted that children and spouses living in a senior citizen’s house are "licensees" at best and that their licence comes to an end as soon as the senior citizen ceases to be comfortable with their presence.
Senior citizen's right to exclusively reside in his own house must be viewed from prism of Article 21: Calcutta High Court
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The Calcutta High Court on Friday emphasised that the right of senior a citizen to exclusively reside in his own house must be viewed from the prism of Article 21 of the Constitution of India. (Ramapada Basak vs. The State of West Bengal)

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