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03/04/2012 at 10:28 AM #618AnonymousGuest
a warm greetings to all of you who r fighting n to those who prepared to fight back.
sir, sometime back i read may be in this forum or in newspapers that there is one citation wherein ho’ble court or supreme court has told that wife can claim for property only those which were purchased or acquired by either her or husband after marriage. She doesn’t have any right to ask for property which is transferred to husband by his parents.
i searched in our documents library. but its difficult to get this citation in that ocean. so can anybody help me in getting such citations which are related to above situation.
thanking you all
03/04/2012 at 11:42 AM #3359AnonymousGuest
its with the header “DIL cannt claim residence in In laws house” in http://mynation.net/docs/
05/04/2012 at 7:35 AM #3360AnonymousGuest
Probably Dr Dsouza knows best… still I have seen diametrically opposite views
IF you are the grand son of a landlord and have ancestral property you better pay hefty maintenance !!!
Conclusion !!! : “…..permanent alimony payable is enhanced to Rs.40,000/- (Rupees forty thousand only) per month with right of residence or in the alternative a sum of Rs.1,00,000,00/- (Rupees one crore only) as one time alimony…..”
05/04/2012 at 9:17 PM #3361AnonymousGuest
Thank you MR. vinayak and Dsouza sir.
Vinayak sir, thankfully im not at all any type of landlord or rich person… im an ordinary middle class salaried person, so no worry for me atleast. if you can get any other related documents pls help me to get any such citations.
but Dsouza sir, i searched the citation as mentioned by you with given given header. but i didnt get that. I tried all the permutation combinations of the words but in vein…can u again help further to get that one..
08/04/2012 at 9:09 AM #3362
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