Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 (25 of 1955) - Civil Procedure Code, 1908 (V
of 1908) Order 9, Rule 9, Order 9, Rule 13 - Proceedings shall be regulated as far as possible, by the Code of Civil Procedure - Order 9 Rule 9 and Order 9 Rule 13 of CPC have been at all
times applied to the proceedings before the matrimonial court - The Order 9 Rule 9 CPC enacts an important procedure that if a suit is dismissed for default, it will bar a fresh suit on the
same cause of action and the procedure shall be to make an application to restore the dismissal of the petition, if he satisfies the court that there was sufficient cause for his
non-appearance on the date when the suit was pending.(180) P.L.R.
Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 (25 of 1955) - Daughter is
preferred heir to cognates even for succession that had opened before Hindu Succession Act 1956 (30 of 1956).(174) P.L.R.
Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 (25 of 1955) - Delhi High Court
Rules, Rules 16 - Wife's application and the affidavit, as well as the materials relied on during the course of the hearing in the Family Court, in the opinion of the Court, disclosed
sufficient and substantial compliance with the underlying requirements of Rule 16 made under HMA Act. (173) P.L.R.(Del.)