In Ritu Chernalia vs. Amar Chernalia and Ors., the Delhi High Court declared on Monday that a daughter-in-law's right in a joint home is not unassailable and cannot be used to the exclusion of the in-laws. The Supreme Court's ruling in Satish Chander Ahuja v. Sneha Ahuja was cited during the ruling, making it apparent that the right was not absolute and could not be used to exclude in-laws. Thus, the Court determined that the petitioner's position that her in-laws shouldn't be permitted to reside in their own property went against the received wisdom on the matter. Delhi: Woman Files Rs 3 Crore Suit Before High Court Against Partner Who Continued Relationship With Her Despite Being Married. 

Delhi HC Right of Daughter-in-Law to Live in Shared Residence

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