The Calcutta High Court recently came to the aid of parents allegedly ousted from home by their son and daughter-in-law. The High Court accepted the couple's writ petition in which they claimed they were driven out of their home by their son and daughter-in-law, who are respondents in the case. The petitioners also claimed they had the right title and interest over the property from which they were ousted. They even alleged being tortured, intimidated and assaulted by their son and daughter-in-law for some time. The single bench of Justice Jay Sengupta reinstated the petitioners to their home and said, "At this age, the petitioners cannot be relegated to the civil court to obtain necessary relief in this regard." SC on Medical Negligence: Supreme Court Awards Rs 1.5 Crore Compensation to Retired Air Veteran Who Contracted HIV During Blood Transfusion, Says 'Indian Army and Air Force Liable'.

HC Comes to Parents' Aid

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