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The Supreme Court in M/s Shiv Cotex v. Tirgun Auto Plast Pvt. Ltd. & Ors. has lamented the conduct of unscrupulous litigants in delaying the justice delivery system in the country. Justice Dalveer Bhandari in an earlier judgment had highlighted the bottlenecks in the judicial system which lead to pendency of cases for decades or more. We have covered that judgment in our post 'Justice, Courts and Delay : Remedial Measures'. In the present judgment, Justice R.M. Lodha has hit out at unscrupulous litigants and lawyers who have allowed the concept of adjournments to grow in to a cancer corroding the entire judicial delivery system. The relevant extracts from the judgment are reproduced hereinbelow;
15. Second, and equally important, the High Court upset the concurrent judgment and decree of the two courts on misplaced sympathy and non – existent justification. The High Court observed that the stakes in the suit being very high, the plaintiff should not be non-suited on the basis of no evidence. But, who is to be blamed for this lapse? It is the plaintiff alone. As a matter of fact, the trial court 
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There’s still more information on the value of shared custody to children.  Robert Bauserman has published an analysis of data that shows that children of divorced parents do better across a range of child welfare markers if their parents share custody than if one has sole custody.

Here’s an article on Bauserman’s analysis (Naples News, 8/26/11).

Bauserman has been researching shared parenting for over a decade that I know of and probably longer.  He’s one of the many principled researchers on the topic, so his work should carry some weight with policymakers.

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A FIGHT TO REMOVE DADS
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Just in case you are wondering how corrupt the judiciary is in Australia as well as everywhere else and how feminists have infiltrated it than here is the optimum example. Why not rub out and erase the Father off the birth certificate and give that right to a lesbian. To you and I, this is incomprehensible but to feminists, the radical feminists who we can state are mostly male hating lesbians is without argument. We have witnessed so many laws introduced to favour the privileged sex as to make them even more toxic than they are already. It will get to the stage where no one will want a bar of them in the fear that even sneezing in the same elevator would be considered as either assault or sexual abuse. But they will not stop there while men sit on their hands and do nothing. Evil will grow because of it. They want every male to be a non-entity, no right, no claim to law and definitely no power whatsoever whenever a member of the opposite sex is involved..

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President Asif Ali Zardari has asked Pakistan's national database to use his name as the father's name in official documentation for children of unknown parentage, a top official has said.

The move is an attempt to legalise the status of a large number of children who were born legally but whose parentage is unknown, National Database and Registration Authority Chairman Malik Tarek said.
NADRA plans to issue identity cards to thousands of children of unknown parentage, a majority of whom were dropped by their parents at welfare centres, Tarek told The Nation daily.
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Paternity Fraud: Arnold Schwarzenegger's Love Child identifies the Husband of the Mistress as the Biological Father-- The Birth Certificate

TMZ has obtained lots of information -- as well as photos -- of the boy Arnold Schwarzenegger fathered out of wedlock -- and he looks shockingly like Arnold himself.
The mother -- Mildred Patricia Baena (she goes by Patty) -- was a housekeeper/assistant for the family for more than 20 years. Her jobs included cleaning, laundry, cooking and other chores.
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SC: 3 Months Jail and 50000/- fine on wife and her mother in contempt case PDF Print E-mail
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Equivalent citations: AIR 2003 SC 2925, 2003 (5) ALT 69 SC, 2003 CriLJ 3740
Bench: M Shah, A Kumar

David Jude vs Hannah Grace Jude And Ors. on 30/7/2003

JUDGMENT

Shah, J.

1. This petition for Contempt is filed by the applicant-husband with a prayer for punishing the respondents — wife and mother-in-law for the breach of undertaking given by them and also for breach of directions issued by this Court.

2. By order dated 15^th September, 1998, this Court Permitted respondent No. 1- wife to take the child to USA on the condition that respondents would file undertaking before the Court to the effect that wife will appear before the family court as and when required, and it would be open to the applicant-husband to visit the child in USA after making prior arrangement with the wife.

3. The brief facts of this case are that — applicant and respondent No. 1 were married on 7.2.1989 at Hyderabad according to Christian rites. Soon after marriage, the couple left for America, On 2.5.1997, a son was born out of this wedlock. Because of strained relationship between the wife and husband, both started living separately. Wife approached the Circuit Court, Maryland is USA and got issued a protective order against the husband on condition that the child will not be taken out of the jurisdiction of that court. The wife, however, brought the child to India on 14.4.1998 and after keeping him in the care and custody of her mother Respondent No. 2, she left India. On knowing this, husband dashed back to India on 23^rd April 1998 and on 30^th April, 1998 he took over the custody of the child from respondent No. 2 for celebrating the birthday of the child which was on 2.5.1998.

4. Thereafter, on 1.5.1998, the husband filed O.P.No. 300 of 1998 before the Family Court at Hyderabad Under Section 7, 10 and 25 of the Guardians and Wards Act 1890, seeking an order appointing him as guardian of the minor Child. Respondent No. 2-grand-mother also moved the same Court for restoring the custody of the child to her. The Family Court by order dated 19.8.1998 dismissed the application of the husband and directed him to restore the custody of child to the grandmother. Aggrieved thereby, the husband filed Civil Revision Petition No. 3229 of 1998 before the High Court of Andhra Pradesh at Hyderabad, which was allowed and the custody of the child was given to the husband with visiting rights to the wife.

5. Being aggrieved by the said order, respondent No. 1 and 2 filed S.L.P NO. 15185 of 1998 before this Court. This Court by order dated 15.9.1998 granted interim custody of the child to the wife with permission to take the child to USA on the condition of furnishing a written undertaking to bring the child back to india and disposed of the matter by passing the following order:-

“Special leave granted.

Looking to the age of the child, the interim custody of the child is given to the Ist appellant — mother. She will be at liberty to take the child to USA on condition that both the appellants file undertakings before this Court on or before 25^th of September, 1998 to bring the child back to India when so ordered by the Family Court and the Ist appellant will also file an undertaking to the effect that the Ist appellant will appear before the Family Court as and when required by the Family Court. If during the interregnum the respondent wants to visit the child in USA, he can do so after making prior arrangement with the Ist appellant to see the child. Passport of the child should be released on the filing of the undertaking. The impugned order of the High court is accordingly set aside. the Family court should dispose of the matter as expeditiously as possible, preferably within 18 months. The appeal is disposed of accordingly.”

6.After passing of the aforesaid order, both the respondents submitted their undertakings by way of affidavits in this Court. The relevant portion of the undertakings is as under:-

“by Respondent No. 1 (Wife)

As directed by this Hon’ble Court in the order dated 15.9.1998, I hereby undertake to bring the child back to India when so ordered by the Hon’ble Family Court and further undertake to appear before the Hon’ble Family Court, Hyderabad, as and when required by the Hon’ble Family Court.

By Respondent No. 2 (Mother of the Respondent No. 1)

As directed by this Hon’ble Court, I undertake to bring the child back to India as and when required by the Hon’ble Family Court, Hyderabad.”

7. Meanwhile, respondent No. 1 filed case No. 5249 of Family Law before the Circuit Court for Montgomery country, Maryland inter alia for divorce and custody of the child.

8. Thereafter, the Family Court at Hyderabad proceeded with the trial and examined the husband. That matter was kept for evidence on behalf of the wife but she failed to appear before that Court on 7.2.2000. Various orders were passed by the Family court, but she remained absent from the proceedings. Finally, on 11.4.2000, the Family Court passed the following order:-

1. The husband is appointed as the guardian of the minor child;

2. The wife is directed to restore the custody of the minor child to the husband within one month from the date of the order;

3. The wife is permitted to take interim custody of the minor child whenever she comes to Hyderabad and hand over the minor to the husband while she leaves the country;

4. The wife is not entitled to remove the custody of the minor child out of the jurisdiction of the Family Court at Hyderabad at any time;

5. The husband is directed not to handle the amounts lying in FDR of Rs. 5,00,000/- including the interest accrued thereon till the minor attains the age of majority.

9. Being aggrieved by the aforesaid order, the respondents/contemnors field appeal before the High Court of Andhra Pradesh, which is still pending.

10. Meanwhile, the husband moved this Court for initiating contempt proceedings against the respondents / contemnors for violating the undertakings given by them before this Court and the order passed by the Court in Civil Appeal No. 4797 of 1998.

11. Further, in the execution petition filed before the Family Court, the Family Court passed an order holding that the failure to restore the custody of the minor child to the husband amounts to breach of the undertakings given and ordered the arrest of respondent No. 2 (mother of respondent No. 1) to serve civil imprisonment for a period of six months. appeal filed by respondent no. 2 against the above arrest order before the High Court was also dismissed. Against that order, she has filed SLP No. 22990 of 2001 before the Court.

12. The instant Contempt Petition was first listed on 28-9-2000 and noticed was issued for 8.1.2001. Respondent No. 2, mother of respondent No. 1, was present. She was directed to abide by the undertaking given to this Court. On the next date, i.e. 12.3.2001, learned counsel for respondent No. 1 sought eight weeks time so as to enable her to remain present with the child. respondent No. 2 was directed to deposit her passport with the Registrar (judicial). On 8.5.2001. respondent No. 1 did not appear but learned counsel for respondent No. 1 assured that she would remain present before this court with child on 6^th August, 2001. On 6^th August 2001 also respondent No. 1 remained absent. On that day, at the instance of applicant, leave was granted to add the Union of India as a party respondent. thereafter, on 17^th September, 2001, the Court directed the concerned officer of Union of India to write a letter to the employer of respondent No. 1 about the undertaking given before the Apex Court and breach of undertaking and also the fact that despite the service of notice, she was not remaining present before this Court. On 7^th January, 2002, Mr. Y. Raja Gopala Rao, Advocate appeared on behalf of respondent No. 1 and stated that he would file necessary reply. On 6^th February, 2002 an order was passed to the effect that respondent Nos. 1 and 2 have committed breach of unconditional undertakings and notice was issued as to why they should not be punished for contempt of this Court. Relevant part of the said order is as under:-

“In our view, considering the unconditional undertakings given by the respondents to this Court there is no question of not taking further action against them for not bringing the child back to India as directed by the Family Court. In this view of the matter, prima facie, we are of the view that respondents have committed the contempt of this Court and appropriate action is required to be taken under the Contempt of Courts Act for committing breach of unconditional undertaking. Therefore, we direct that notice be issued as to why they should not be punished for Contempt of this Court.”

13. When the matter came up for hearing on 6^th March, 2002, at the request of the learned counsel for the respondents, the matter was further adjourned for four weeks. On 3^rd April, 2002, counsel appearing for respondent No. 2 stated that respondent No. 1 would remain present with the child without fail, on 30^th July, 2002. On 30^th July, 2002, matter was again adjourned. On 29^th August, 2002, the Court directed that respondent No. 1 shall remain present before this Court with her child on 13^th November, 2002. On 14^th November, 2002, respondent No. 1 remained absent and, therefore direction was issued to the Union Government to take necessary steps for securing her presence with child in this Court. Thereafter, matter was repeatedlyad journed to see that the wisdom prevails with respondent No. 1 to abide by the undertaking given to this Court. Subsequently, respondent No. 1 filed an affidavit on 13^th November, 2002 wherein she has stated that Maryland Circuit Court has granted full custody of the child to her in October, 2002 and that her job precludes her from being able to travel to India. She has further stated that even though she was unable to appear in person, she always retained a legal representative on each and every date of hearing of the case and submitted that taking into consideration her previous affidavits. petition against her be dismissed. Finally, in the affidavit which was tendered by her on 6^th May, 2003, it is stated that petitioner had threatened her in past by saying that he is going to show her how he intends to use the Indian Courts to get back at her, and it is her belief that her husband is now using the system against her family.

14. At the time of hearing, written submissions were filed by the parties. It is the contention of the learned counsel for the applicant that breach of undertaking given before this Court by the wife amounts not only to a civil contempt but also to criminal contempt. It is submitted that this Court’s jurisdiction under Article 129 and 142 of the Constitution is not restricted by the Contempt of Courts Act, 1971 and the Court may award even higher punishment that which is provided under the Act. It is the submission of learned counsel for the applicant that one of the primary objects of the proceeding for contempt is to see that the order or undertaking which is violated by the contemnor is effectuated. Thus, besides punishment, the Court may issue such directions to restore the custody of the child to the applicant-husband.

15. It is to be stated that High Court had directed that the custody of the child be given to the husband because respondent No. 1 gave the custody of the child to her mother and that she was staying in United States and serving in the World Bank at Washington, D.C. The Court also considered the age of the child who at the relevant time was of one year and four months and the fact that as respondent No. 1 was serving and staying alone in United States, it would be difficult for her to take care of the minor child. To see that the aforesaid order is set at naught, respondent Nos. 1 and 2 gave unconditional undertakings to this court and obtained favourable order.

16. From the facts stated above it is apparent that the attitude of the contemnors is without any doubt defiant and contemptuous. They were given custody of the minor child on the condition of filing undertakings before this Court to bring the child back to India when so ordered by the Family Court. Respondent Nos. 1 and 2 have played with the Court, by giving unconditional undertaking for securing the custody of the child. It is true that respondent No. 2, the mother of respondent No. 1 has stated before this court that respondent No.1 is now not abiding by the instructions given by her to produce the child before this Court and the Family Court.

17. Further, it is also clear from the conduct of respondent No. 1 that she has no regard for the notices issued by this Court. If the notice issued by Apex Court of this land is wilfully disobeyed, it would send a wrong signal to everybody in the country. It is a sad experience that due regard is not shown even to the undertakings/order/notice issued.

18. Hence, we hold that respondent Nos. 1 and 2 are guilty for committing contempt of this Court. Further, we do not think that this is a fit case for showing mercy as contended by learned senior counsel, Ms. Indira Jaisingh, appearing on behalf of respondent No. 2. Learned counsel for respondent No. 2 further submitted that respondent No. 2, who is aged about 65 years, has taken enough steps to secure the presence of respondent No 1 and to abide by the undertaking given by her. On the question of punishment, learned senior counsel submitted that in any case considering the age of respondent No. 2, sentence of imprisonment may not be imposed upon her. In our view, even though respondent No. 2 has played major part in the aforesaid episode, considering her age and the fact that she has an old husband to look after, we think that imposition of fine would meet the ends of justice. Hence a fine of Rs. 50,000/- is imposed upon her, in default three months simple imprisonment. It is also ordered that her passport would be seized for a period of five years.

19. For respondent No. 1 considering the fact that she is well educated, serving in prestigious institution, namely, the World Bank and her totally defiant attitude, we do not think that this would be a fit case for taking a lenient view and not imposing sentence of imprisonment. Even though she does not deserve mercy because of her motivated behavior yet we impose only three months simple imprisonment and a fine of Rs. 50,000/- and in default of payment of fine, she shall further undergo simple imprisonment for one month. Fine to be paid within one month.

20. Respondent — Union of India is directed to take appropriate steps to ensure compliance of this order qua respondent No. 1.

21. Contempt Petition stands disposed of accordingly.

 
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