• Delhi Court orders son to vacate property for ill-treating mother 

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    Digital Desk: The Delhi Court has granted three weeks for a son to vacate the property belonging to his mother. The Excessive Courtroom passed this order to the son and daughter-in-law to leave the property.  Moreover, the Delhi court refused the petition granted by the son and daughter-in-law in opposition to the order of the District Justice of the Peace directing them to leave the property. Justice V Kameswar Rao was looking into the matter. Rao dismissed the plea directing the son and daughter-in-law of a 73-year-old girl to vacate the property within three weeks on or earlier than February 15. They’re given this reduction solely because their children have exams. The bench hearing the case stated in its order that the petitioner and his partner are in interest earlier than the Divisional Commissioner, the Appellate Authority, in opposition to the order dated August 2, 2021. Also Read: CBSE, CISCE Term 1 Results 2021: check class 10,12 results here The Court also noted that the Divisional Commissioner had, on October 28, 2021, overlooked the request for grant of keep in opposition to the District Justice of the Peace order of August 2021. The bench, directing to the District Justice of the Peace, commented, ”I found that case of the respondent, the mother, is that she is 73 years of age and is the owner of the go well with the property. She has one son and one daughter.” The Delhi court also stated that the son and the daughter-in-law started misbehaving after their wedding. Both son and daughter-in-law took over all the three properties and threw the mother out of it. Additionally, they pressurised the mother on every occasion to seize the property.  

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