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Old October 21st, 2010, 10:13 AM
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Extra-Marital affair - the 'other' lady is innocent?

Wife can't accuse husband's girlfriend of cruelty: SC

The Supreme court has given as good as a clean chit to the husbands girlfriend. I cant make out whether this is a good decision or a bad one. I suppose it depends on whether the husbands relatioship with wife is ongoing or is already on the rocks.
If the relationship is ongoing or if it is not, milord has said that wife can only use the fact to ask for divorce and nothing else.
The comments on the article is what made me think about this thread. Most people are tying this into anti dowry law. Its difficult to envisage this ruling helping a wife - but the emotions on the article makes me think that the boot is on the other foot....
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Old October 21st, 2010, 07:44 PM
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The Supreme court has given as good as a clean chit to the husbands girlfriend. I cant make out whether this is a good decision or a bad one. I suppose it depends on whether the husbands relatioship with wife is ongoing or is already on the rocks.
If the relationship is ongoing or if it is not, milord has said that wife can only use the fact to ask for divorce and nothing else.
The comments on the article is what made me think about this thread. Most people are tying this into anti dowry law. Its difficult to envisage this ruling helping a wife - but the emotions on the article makes me think that the boot is on the other foot....
further endorses women go for married men. Mere saath to aisa nahi hua? I am not even bald. Or may be that is why...
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Old October 21st, 2010, 10:43 PM
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Re: Extra-Marital affair - the 'other' lady is innocent?

Law cannot be objective in these cases.How does it now what is made known to the other woman.A man can comfortably cheat a woman by saying he is still single.
Well..there is much more to it but law cannot cover everything.So,to hold man entirely responsible is probably too simplistic but effective.
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Law cannot be objective in these cases.How does it now what is made known to the other woman.A man can comfortably cheat a woman by saying he is still single.
This can work both ways.

The supreme court has also laid down some parameters for a live in relationship to be eligible for compensation :
  • Both partners should not be legally married
  • The relationship should've been a long term relationship
  • The couple should have stayed together as in a marital relationship.

So, one night stands or short term relationships do not qualify for compensation. Also, if either partner is married, it does not qualify. The question whether one believed the other one to be single is still open. Also, very important, the wife can not sue the other woman for mental cruelty.

This is a landmark judgement which will go a long way in defining "live-in" relationship.
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I think the other lady is guilty too but the only morally for fooling around a married man. But I think she should not be held guilty under that law, for, she is only responsible from the 'third-party' perspective. I am not sure if its right.
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Old October 22nd, 2010, 09:51 AM
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The supreme court has also laid down some parameters for a live in relationship to be eligible for compensation :
  • Both partners should not be legally married
  • The relationship should've been a long term relationship
  • The couple should have stayed together as in a marital relationship.
So, one night stands or short term relationships do not qualify for compensation. Also, if either partner is married, it does not qualify. The question whether one believed the other one to be single is still open. Also, very important, the wife can not sue the other woman for mental cruelty.

This is a landmark judgement which will go a long way in defining "live-in" relationship.
I have never thought a situation where wife will sue another woman for mental creulty actually happened! The fight is/should be with the man?
unless the other woman is like mayawati who as good as kidnapped Kanshiram....
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I think the other lady is guilty too but the only morally for fooling around a married man. But I think she should not be held guilty under that law, for, she is only responsible from the 'third-party' perspective. I am not sure if its right.
the point is, if the woman knows a man is married and continues fooling aroudn with him, is she in effect torturing the wife?
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the point is, if the woman knows a man is married and continues fooling aroudn with him, is she in effect torturing the wife?
No, I dont think so. I am unable to come up with an explanation for this statement of mine though.
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No, I dont think so. I am unable to come up with an explanation for this statement of mine though.
perhaps you are thinking the motive of her having the affair is not to tease or torture the wife? is she culpable though?
Nathuram had nothign but good intentions by killing the mahatma, not many people look kindly on his act though.
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perhaps you are thinking the motive of her having the affair is not to tease or torture the wife? is she culpable though?
Nathuram had nothign but good intentions by killing the mahatma, not many people look kindly on his act though.
Yeh Nathuram bhi na, is thread mein bhi aa gaye .

Assuming that the girlfriend is not married, I don't think its her responsibility to take ownership of her boyfriends wife's accusations. I agree that fooling around a married man is wrong, but morally. If anyone, its the husband who is responsible for any accusations. Like you said, it coud be because her business is with boyfriend, not his wife.

If the other lady in question is also married, then she is responsible for her husband. just my opinion...
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