Delhi High Court Says Son has No Legal Rights to Stay in Parents House

Delhi High Court Yesterday made a new statement regarding family relations. Yes, High Court of Delhi has said that a son either he married or unmarried has no legal right to stay in the house of parents, and he can reside in parents’ house only with their mercy.

The Court also said that parents have allowed the son to live in their house as long as their relations are affectionate does not mean they have to bear his burden throughout his life.

Justice Pratibha Rani passed an order that “If the house is self-made by the parents, son has no legal right to live in that house whether he married or unmarried, he can stay within their home only with their mercy.

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The court has announced this new rule while dismissing a petition which has put by a man and his wife challenging the order of a trial court which had approved a judgment for his parents who had filed a suit try to find out a direction to their son and daughter-in-law to vacate the house in their possession.

The parents, both senior citizens, had approached the lower court and told that, “Both their sons and daughter-in-law who were living with them have ruined their life after which they had given a police complaint and also issued public notices in 2017 and 2012 excluding the from their house made by them.”

While denying the claims, both the sons and daughter-in-law had filed a suitcase before the trial court. Apart from putting a case, they claimed that they were the co-owners of the property and they had paid money towards its purchase and construction.

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However, the trial court had given judgment for the parents. Later one of the sons and his wife moved to the high court. Now, Delhi High Court Justice Pratibha Rani noted that the son and his wife were failed to prove that they were the co-owners of the house and the parents’ succeeded to show the evidence.