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hello! My inlaws have kept the jewelleries which were given to me by my parents during my weddingb and are refusing to give it back. What should i do ?

please help.
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Family
Posted on 23rd Aug, 2018
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Advocate Sreejith
Answered on 17th Mar, 2019
You can file application under the provisions of THE PROTECTION OF WOMEN FROM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ACT, 2005 (known as Domestic Violence Act) to get back the possession of the Sthridhan property
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