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Successfully fighting with 498 (MANAGER)     07 August 2013

Mumbai stockbroker told to pay for ex-wife's ice-cream after

He blamed her for wasting his money on ice-creams while she said he was a multi-millionaire stockbroker.

But after a Mumbai family court granted the Gujarati couple divorce on July 30, after 23 years of marriage, the judge also told the ex-husband to pay his ex-wife an extra alimony of Rs.150 per month - to buy ice-cream!

The ice-cream allowance came along with Rs.85,000 as interim maintenance.

But in her petition, the woman had demanded Rs.1 lakh as maintenance, a two BHK flat at Nariman Point, Rs.75,000 a month and a separate amount for their two children.

She told the court that her husband was once dined with US billionaire Warren Buffett and earned Rs.6 lakh a month.

But the man said his wife compulsively shopped with credit cards and had blown all his savings.



Read more at: https://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/mumbai-stockbroker-divorce-pay-for-ex-wife-ice-cream-india-today/1/298117.html

He blamed her for wasting his money on ice-creams while she said he was a multi-millionaire stockbroker.

But after a Mumbai family court granted the Gujarati couple divorce on July 30, after 23 years of marriage, the judge also told the ex-husband to pay his ex-wife an extra alimony of
Rs.150 per month - to buy ice-cream!

The ice-cream allowance came along with
Rs.85,000 as interim maintenance.

But in her petition, the woman had demanded
Rs.1 lakh as maintenance, a two BHK flat at Nariman Point, Rs.75,000 a month and a separate amount for their two children.

She told the court that her husband was once dined with US billionaire Warren Buffett and earned
Rs.6 lakh a month.

But the man said his wife compulsively shopped with credit cards and had blown all his savings.



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(Guest)

nice joke..


(Guest)

Father gives his elder son 60% of his land as irrevocable gift. The residue land is in fathers name. The land is now registered in elder brorhers name. Mutation & land record updated. Question is ..can the younger one (They r 2 brothers only)  come up with any kind of claim in future? ( Though the elder one paid market price to his father, however to reduce land registration cost, the deed was registered as gift deed instead of sale deed.) 


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