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Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, 1936


19. Parsi Chief Matrimonial Courts

The Court so constituted in each of the Presidency-towns shall be entitled the Parsi Chief Matrimonial Court of Calcutta, Madras or Bombay, as the case may be. The local limits of the jurisdiction of a Parsi Matrimonial Court shall be coterminous with the local limits of the ordinary original civil jurisdiction of the High Court. The Chief Justice of the High Court, or such other Judge of the same Court as the Chief Justice shall from time to time appoint, shall be the Judge of such Matrimonial Court, and, in the trial of cases under this Act., he shall be aided 11[by five delegates, except in regard to-

 

(a) interlocutory applications and proceedings;

 

(b) alimony and maintenance, both permanent as well as pendente lite;

 

(c) custody, maintenance and education of children; and

 

(d) all matters and proceedings other than the regular hearing of cases.]



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