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does ipc has 'alienation of affections' clause?

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At common lawalienation of affections is a tort action brought by a deserted spouse against a third party alleged to be responsible for the failure of the marriage. The defendant in an alienation of affections suit is typically an adulterous spouse's lover, although family members, counselors and therapists or clergy members who have advised a spouse to seek divorce have also been sued for alienation of affections.

it is prevalent in some states in US but is it prevalent in indian penal code or any indian act?..i searched but couldnt find it

 
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propra

why only adulterous spouse's lover?

So there are many actors and factors that directly come unde scanner and not only lover of the adulterous spouse!!!

 

 

Adulterous spouse may have obtained flimsy ideas from movies, novels, all consumerist propaganda or may be the adulterous spouse may have been improperly brought-up in during the formative days and deprived of values based unbringing!! ...............................  and hence that poor soul may have had fickle mind to breach commitment!!!

 

 

Yaaaaa.....!! Adulterous spouse has done just adultery ...So what? .... what else that poor fellow can do? .....

 

That lover "character" is the real kabab around the haddi !!! ............. 

 

 

 

 


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