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Smt. Sureshta Devi vs Om Prakash

Citations: 1992 AIR 1904, 1991 SCR(1) 274

Appellant: Smt. Sureshta Devi

Respondents: Om Prakash

Decided On: 7.02. 1991

Equivalent Citations:

1. 1992 AIR 1904

2. 1991 SCR (1) 274

Benches:

SHETTY, KJ (J)

AGRAWAL, SC (J)

Statutes Referred:

Hindu Marriage

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