Mere use of term "irrevocably" in Talaqnama does not invalidate divorce if reconciliation efforts made: Kerala High Court
Kerala High court, Divorce

Mere use of term "irrevocably" in Talaqnama does not invalidate divorce if reconciliation efforts made: Kerala High Court

Notwithstanding the use of the word ‘irrevocably’ in a talaqnama, the pronouncement of talaq would become irrevocable only after three lunar months, the Court held.

The Kerala High Court recently held that the use of the term "irrevocably" in a talaqnama does not invalidate a divorce when reconciliation efforts were made by the parties before and after the pronouncement of talaq (A Sajani v. Dr B Kalam Pasha).

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