MUKESH GUPTA 02 January 2020
Adv Deepak Joshi +917017821512 (Advocate) 02 January 2020
SUNIL KUMAR (apprentice) 03 January 2020
Nikita Parekh 03 January 2020
G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.) 03 January 2020
The law can not toe in line with our wishes and desires. You have already engaged advocate and seek his guidance as this Execution petition on an already decided matter that was not appealed.
T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate) 16 January 2020
Section 9 petition filed under the provisions of hindu marriage act is for seeking restitution of conjugal rights and it has nothing to do with the denial or acceptance of maintenance to be gven to the spouse.
If there is a court order to pay maintenance every month under the provisions of section 125 Cr.P.C., then it becomes your duty to obey the court order, which you cannot avoid.
Section 125 to 128 of Cr.P.C lay provisions for maintenance of wives, children and parents. Seetionl25 of the Code gives effect to the natural and fundamental duty of a man to maintain his wife, children and parents so long as they are unable to maintain themselves.
An order for maintenance passed under this section in favour ofa wife will not cease to be operative merely because there was subsequent resumption of cohabitation between husband and wife though it would remain under suspension during that period. It would revive when the wife again lives separately from her husband unless and until it is cancelled by the competent authority in a proper proceeding under this section