Mere Execution of notarized document purporting to be adoption deed doesn’t give the person right to custody of the child

Recently, the Bombay High Court refused to grant custody of a child (two years old) to a couple based on a notarized adoption deed. The Bench observed that merle notarising a purported document to be an adoption deed, the petitioner’s cant claim that they have a right to the child’s custody. Background: The petitioner’s approached

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