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Aashutosh Verma   28 October 2021

Engagement cancel karne ke baad ladaki valo ki ladke valo ko fasane ki koshish.

Meri shadi abhi se lagbhag 5 mahine pehle tey hui thi jo ki ladki ke Jija(mediator) ke dvara ek sajish ke tehet karai ja rhi thi kyuki ladki ka pehle se hi uske jija ke sath prem sambandh chalu tha . uska jija hamare hi shehar me rehta hai. kuch samay baad hamari engagement ho gai. engagement hone ke kuch samay baad mujhe shak hone pr in bato ke bare me ladaki ki call details nikalvane ke baad pta chala . to maine shadi cancel kr di. aur ladaki pach se saman exchange aur poore kharch ke hisab kitab karne ki baat kahi. is baat ko abhi se lagbhag 2mahine ho gai hai aur ladki vale aur mediator sirf jhoothe dilashe de rahe aur sirf apna samay kaat rahe hai. shadi ki date bhi najadik aa chuki hai aur ladki vale apne area me shadi cancel hone ki baat bhi nhi bol rahe hai aur guesthouse bhi cancel nhi kiya hai.
jisse ki koi Shajish hone ki prabal sambhavnaen paida ho rhi hai. is isthiti me hame kya karna uchit hoga. kripya apni uchit advice pradan kare.


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Anusha Singh   28 October 2021

As per your query it is understood that you need information regarding the breaking of engagement and the consequences.

Breaking off an engagement is fundamentally a breach of contract/agreement in the legal sense and a suit for damages for that can lie. Nonetheless, it might be included that, with just the premise of engagement one can’t be compelled to marry against his wishes. Engagement does not commit a man to wed the one to who he/she is engaged. The gifts traded or exchanged ought to be returned forthwith. Moreover, the costs acquired by both the families on engagement ought to be reimbursed.

As indicated by the present Indian laws, engagement does not amount to marriage. Marriage, according to law, is sacramental. The marriage customs are recognized by the Indian laws and not ‘Engagement’. There would be no legal consequences or penalties in the event that you breaking off an engagement with the individual whom you are engaged to since marriage was not solemnized by the laws.

Be that as it may, on the off chance that you have traded or exchanged any gifts or thought amid and after the engagement then it would be proposed to return each one of those gifts to the other party in light of the fact that the other party may file a suit against your family for cheating or misrepresentation or fraud. Furthermore, comparably, you can likewise reimburse the gifts or any consideration which you vested on the other party amid or after the party. Other than that on the off chance that you need to break your engagement, you are allowed to break it since there is no legal status given to an ‘engagement’.

You are entitled to get all the gifts and the expenses which you have made you must be having the bill of all of it you can claim it but if you have clearly mentioned that you do not want to marry that girl then no one can force you to do so.

Hope it helps!

 

Regards,

Anusha Singh


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