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What act applies on if a married woman have relationship with someone ely

What kind of acts applied on it?
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Posted on 10th Jul, 2018
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Answered on 12th Jul, 2018
Though married committed adultery case cannot be booked. Call me .
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Advocate Raja
Answered on 14th Jul, 2018
Hi If a married woman is having relationship with some one else, the man is considered as Culprit and the woman is considered a victim. The husband can file a FIR u/s497 IPC against the man. No criminal case can be filed against the wife. However the husband can use the evidence of adultery against the wife and proceed to claim divorce. In adultery cases, in general, if the extra marital relationship has been for a long period of time, the wife is not entitled to claim maintenance or permanent alimony.
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Advocate Soumya
Answered on 13th Jul, 2018
There is no acts for women. For this case.
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Advocate Anurag
Answered on 12th Jul, 2018
No criminal case will be filed / initiated against married women for being in extramarital relationship. Her husband can only file for divorce on the basis of Adultery.
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