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N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     30 December 2011

Does snoring amount to cruelty as a ground of divorce?

Does snoring in bed during sleep by one of the spouse amounts to cruelty, and can this be a gropund of divorce?



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(Guest)

Then next ground of divorce would be wife is not adequately gifted things on various occassions which is cruelty by husband to wife :-(

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**Victim** (job)     30 December 2011

DEKH TERE SANSAR KI HALAT KYA HO GAYI BHAGWAAN KITNA BADAL GAYA INSAAN KITNA BADAL GAYA INSAAN

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Shantanu Wavhal (Worker)     30 December 2011

no.

Adv Archana Deshmukh (Practicing Advocate)     30 December 2011

Absolutely, it cannot be a ground for divorce.

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(Guest)

Good Query,

I believe it is Very Indirect Method of Cruelty, Our "Bharat Ratna DV Act" will Make It. Sooner or Later. Wife will Complaint about
1) Snoring in bed

2) Farting

3)Sneezing

All this would Counter Sooner or Later as Emotinal and Mental Abuse under DV, Ha ha

and later through Well documented it will make ground for Divorce

N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     31 December 2011

So, what should be the standard or measure of Cruelty in matrimonial matters either snagging, adultery, unsoundness of mind and so on?

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Shantanu Wavhal (Worker)     31 December 2011

one of the grounds for assessing cruelty = standard of living of the parties to the marriage.


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