Family courts don’t have the plenary powers to do away with the compulsory procedural requirement: SC

Recently, the Supreme Court observed that Family Courts do not have plenary powers to do away with compulsory procedural requirements. The Bench observed that the family court is expected to follow the procedure known to the law, like formal pleadings from the parties, the framing of issues, recording evidence, and rendering a decision after hearing

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