The idea of life in relationship comes from the expanded thinking of people who have begun to aspire to a relationship without conditions. A couple of living relationships are those who live together without expectations being the end result. However, there is no legal definition to describe this term in Indian law. Rather, it is a westernized theory, very irrelevant to the Indian tradition. Thus, in various cases, the Supreme Court has taken the liberty of explaining the concept through its judgments. It`s different from a wedding. (marriage, marriage or marriage, is a social/ritual union of a couple). Living in relational partners does not impose any obligation. One of these changes is the way people see their relationships. The sense of belonging and love is what most people want, but the bond between marriage is too constraining for them. And an alternative is a relationship close to marriage, but without its obligations and responsibilities. That`s when live relationships come into play.
On 31-3-2011, a special bank of the Supreme Court of India, consisting of G.S. Singhvi, Asok Kumar Ganguly at Revanasiddappa v. Mallikarjun, stated that regardless of the relationship between the parents, one could see the birth of a child from such a relationship, regardless of the relationship of his parents. It is also clear and clear that the sun is that a child born of such a relationship is innocent and is entitled to all the rights and privileges enjoyed by children of able-bodied marriages. This is the heart of section 16(3) of the amended Hindu Freedom Act 1955. To the question of whether a life relationship is good or bad, there is no correct explanation for whether it is good or bad. It all depends on the person and personality to look from another point of view. People should believe that they can better understand each other in cohabitation and also for many other reasons that cannot be denied. Hello, ma`am, I am a married woman and I have a child, but my husband hit me and I am not happy with him. He doesn`t give me the divorce either.
If I want to start a relationship with another person, after long years of separation, I can start. A Chanmuniya v. . . .