This content is restricted to site members. If you are an existing user, please log in. New users may register below.Existing Users Log InUsername or EmailPassword Remember Me Forgot password? Click here to resetNew User? Click here to register Post navigation Bail–Anticipatory Bail–Grant of–It is granted at a stage when the investigation is incomplete and, therefore, it is not informed about the nature of evidence against the alleged offender–It is, therefore, necessary that such anticipatory bail orders should be of a limited duration only. Bail–Anticipatory Bail–Use of the expression ‘reason to believe’ shows that the applicant may be arrested must be founded on reasonable grounds–Mere “fear” is not ‘belief’. Bail–Anticipatory Bail–Grant of–Normally a direction should not issue to the effect that the applicant shall be released on bail “whenever arrested for whichever offence whatsoever”–Such ‘blanket order’ should not be passed. Bail–Anticipatory Bail–Grant of– Reference to particular portions of case diary–The papers which are to be supplied to the accused have been statutorily prescribed–The Courts should take serious note when the accused or the informant refers to the case diary to buttress a stand. Maintenance–Wife cannot be denied maintenance on the ground that she has been capable of earning but she was not making an effect to earn. Maintenance–Income of the wife is insufficient–The test is whether the wife is in a position to maintain herself in the way she was used to in the place of her husband. Maintenance–Claim by wife– The phrase “unable to maintain herself” would mean that means available to the deserted wife while she was living with her husband and would not take within itself the efforts made by the wife after desertion to survive somehow.