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salim shaikh (designer)     10 July 2011

In DV case how is compensation amount is calculated ???

IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASE... WIFE GET A HUGE AMOUNT IN THE FORM OF COMPENSATION AMOUNT.

HOW DOES THE COMPESATION AMOUNT CALCULATED...  WHAT IS CRITERIA..

WHAT ARE THE FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED ON CALCULATING COMPENSATION ORDER.

PLZ. GUIDE. THANKS....



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(Guest)

No formula is there It depend upon the living standards of the spouse

If the spouse is unemployed but has no source of income but living in shared house she has entitle to live with her wioth amenities using by the husband

Usually if the husband has 1 lakh of income say and has 2 children then may be around 50,000 p.m

Other circumstances such as if the wife herself is earning say 2 laks per month then she may not get anything but the mainatance of children which could range from 5,000 p.m to 20,000 p.m


(Guest)

if she is child less and got seperated in 3 months still she demands more compensation as lets assume husband monthly income is 20k then???

yogesh (will tell you later)     12 July 2011

DONOT PAY ANY OUTSIDE THE COURT AS YOU ALWAYS BE THE LOOSER

this is my submission to every husband(if he is victim)

If she is unemployed and dependent on you solely then its under obligation even by the court to pay something to maintain herself with the same dignity while living with you which could any way between 3-4 thousand per month

You may challenge the awrd before superior court if you find that her living standard is better than you and have movable and immovable properties in her name and is more educated or similar educated to find the job for maintaining her self but till then you have to poay her for survival and onus is also on you to prove before the court

REMEMBER LAW DOESNOT COMPEL HUSBAND TO BEG FROM PUBLIC OR PARENTS IN ORDER TO SATISFYING HER NEED WHICH IS UNREASONABLE


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