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posted 6 months ago

Q.Relationship
This is prashanth-24 and my partner is 26
And she is married she is my ex and she have 2kids...now she is not with her husband since 2years she don't like him.and she did not have divorce till now. He is also not responsible person....
And if we stay in hotel is legal r what.. how to handle if police ride. And I am not married

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Experience: 33 Year(s)

Responded 6 months ago

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A. ) Dear Sir,
It is better to stay in a rented house and take rent agreement on your both names. Staying in hotel is danger.
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YAKUB ALI MOHAMMED

Experience: 2 Year(s)

Responded 6 months ago

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A. ) ye galat hai
pahele divorce file karo.

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Sayaree Ganguly

Experience: 2 Year(s)

Responded 6 months ago

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A. ) Dear Client,
The police cannot arrest you unless and until you are doing something illegal and adultery has been decriminalized since 2018. So you can stay with your partner in a hotel room but as she is somebody's wife and also having kids , you both should give a second thought. It is morally wrong.

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Replied 6 months ago

Thank u madam

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Shreyash Mohta

Experience: 1 Year(s)

Responded 6 months ago

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A. ) Dear Prashant, The status of your relationship is adulterous which is not prohibited by law but is morally wrong. Adultery as defined under section 497 of the IPC has been decriminalised but Is still a valid ground for divorce. Having said that, if the two of you share a good bond and that as your question mentions that the husband of the female is not a responsible man. It is she can take a divorce and then be free to live with you happily. However if you stay in a hotel or a lodge it is completely fine and the police will not do anything until they suspect something very wrong or that they have been directed to arrest you.

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Abhimanyu Shandilya

Experience: 14 Year(s)

Responded 6 months ago

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A. ) Dear Prashanth,
The adultery (Section 497 of Indian Penal Code) has been decriminalized but that does not mean that if one has an illegal relationship with a married woman then it will be alright. This will have impact on the marriage of the lady and it can very well be a ground for her divorce by the husband.
If you both stay in hotel then Police may ask or investigate your relationship there you have to handle with care. Police should not act against you unless they have a complaint or suspect of any thing wrong.

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Rameshwar Dadhe

Experience: 2 Year(s)

Responded 6 months ago

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A. ) As a tourist u can live in hotel . If u both are above 18 or 21 then nothing any issues

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