You may have come to such above opinion due to frustrations and helplessness expressed by all hapless husbands caught in this kind of scenario.
Recovery and settlement of assets happens and should happen based on contribution of an individual in it. There is never a financial trasaction between husband and wife, And if husband gives money to wife it is not contrued as 'given permanently' and it does not require any formal deed/agreement with formal registration fees unlke other partnership/loan agreements.
Marriage is sacrament and crosses all boundaries of partnerships deeds.
Judiciary can't afford to send wrong messages to society like 'Never evertrust your spose or kids......... and never invest anything in their name................ because financially it becomes unrecoverable in case of dipute'
If the judiciary manages to send such wrong messages to society by erroneous judgements then...judiciary is causing to flout the lprinciples that "Marriage is sacrament' and on top of it, Judiciary would purversely encourage suspision in society about marriage and concept of trust, companionship in the 'thick and thin of life' in matrimony
But errant wives need to be stopped And Husbands of above category be awarded the justice and against wives. and relevant provisions in law should be searched, researched and explored incessantly for the betterment and in the interest of justice in a real sense.
Should a wife be allowed call "the investment made in her name by husband" as a remuneration/property/assets permanently in her name?? (Correct Ans: NOOOOOOO)
If anyone says 'YES' then................ Aren't we giving a 'cheaper' tag to the sacrament relationship of matrimony? Wife is a wife (and not keep, concubine, prostitute etc.)
Is the Hon Judiciary having the powers to degrade the sactity of such a relationship? (Correct Ans: NOOOOOOO)
Even CEO, COOs in a company are given unfettered powers to hold whole company's assets and take undertakings/decisions in financial matters...Do we allow the financial siphoning over there by CEOs, COOs...isn't it breach of trust? Should we let off Satyam CEO without punishment? If wife gets estranged, doesn't that mean that she expected to honestly give up powers, previleges conferred by vitue of matrimony and the trust by other spouse?
If an employee resigns from acompany or decides to part ways, isn't that employee required to give-up controlling powers in the affairs of that company? Is he/she entitled to carry along the property of company as his/her self decided 'settlement payoff'?
If wife doesn't relinquish the control over assets not earned from her earnings, then wife's whole plea is liable to become 'infructuous and with no substance'