Mukul Sarma Vs. Sabita Chakraborty
Matrimonal Law - Permanent alimony
Hindu Marriage - Permanent alimony - Direction by High Court for payment of Rs. 7,00,000/- for the respondent and Rs.3,00,000/- for the child born to the appellant and the respondent - Held that no interference is called for as regards the amount of alimony fixed by the High Court - However, having regard to the difficulties personally faced by the appellant, it would be appropriate that the appellant is granted more time for the payment of the amount - Payment of alimony, as directed by the High Court rescheduled - Made clear that if there is any consecutive default in making the payment apart from the steps to be taken for execution, the appellant shall also be liable to answer in contempt.
Topic(s)-Hindu Marriage - Permanent Alimony - Payment re scheduled