Stamp paper par talak lekar patni ne ki dusri shadi Stamp paper par talak lekar patni ne ki dusri shadi

Meri shadi samajik riti riwaj se hui
Meri shadi ek sal tak chali. Shadi ke bad hamre bich jhagde hote the, main apni wife ki nahi chodna chahta tha. Lekin meri wife apni maa ki baton me aakar stamp paper se hamare sign Kara kar talak le liya us stamp ko notary kra diya. Uske 15 din bad hum bat krne lage milne lage vo kahti ki main aana chahti hu par mummy nahi man rahi hai. Aisa 9 mahine tak chalta raha. Hum milte rahe mujhe visvas tha ki vo aa jayegi. Par usne bina bataye kisi or se shadi kar li.Usne kaha shadi ki ye bhi nahi pata. Mainkya kar sakta hu. Pls answer

Anik

Responded 2 months ago

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A.Dear client, in my humble suggestion, you can file a case against her second husband because the marriage is illegal.
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Anonymous

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But sir mere lawyer kahte hai ki ab kuch nahi ho sakta kyuki stamp paper par tum dono ne sign kiye.
Second ye ki uski shadi uski and uske gharwalo ki icha se kisi dusre ladke se hui.usne kaha tha ki meri shadi hone wali hai kis se or kaha hogi ye nahi bataya.par ye bat vo pahle bhi kayi bar keh chuki thi fir bad me kahti thi main to aise hi keh rahi thi.
Sir lawyer keh rha tha ki supreme court ne 494 bigamy ko hata diya hai.

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

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A.Dear Sir,
It is illegal marriage and you can file case against her 2nd husband Under following provision of law:
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Section 498 in The Indian Penal Code
498. Enticing or taking away or detaining with criminal intent a married woman.—Whoever takes or entices away any woman who is and whom he knows or has reason to believe to be the wife of any other man, from that man, or from any person having the care of her on behalf of that man, with intent that she may have illicit intercourse with any person, or conceals or detains with that intent any such woman, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to two years, or with fine, or with both.
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But sir mere lawyer kahte hai ki ab kuch nahi ho sakta kyuki stamp paper par tum dono ne sign kiye.
Second ye ki uski shadi uski and uske gharwalo ki icha se kisi dusre ladke se hui.usne kaha tha ki meri shadi hone wali hai kis se or kaha hogi ye nahi bataya.par ye bat vo pahle bhi kayi bar keh chuki thi fir bad me kahti thi main to aise hi keh rahi thi.
Sir lawyer keh rha tha ki supreme court ne 494 bigamy ko hata diya hai.
Sir pls answer in simple language I did not understand fully the answer you given. Thank you so much please reply me.

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