Live in when divorce in progress


My divorce is under appeal in high court after the Famil court has approved for divorce . Can i live in with a man while the process is in progress .

 
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Consultant

With another man or same man?

 
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yes, may go, if you made up yr mind with him. do not marry in form either by registration , or by religious system.

are you female? then wait a little bit. because s497 ipc is applicable to your mail partner

 
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pl read 'with her' instead of 'with him'

 
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Sorry ive to rephrase it , "I am a women " and the mans Divorce is under appeal in high court  , divorce was issued on feb13th and an appeal in submited in high cout on march 19th . The appeal is yet to be heard in high court . The famil court order says his divorce will be in valid 3 months after the issue date . Now what are the ways that we can live together legally is what i am looking for .

 
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Consultant

You can live together, No body permission is required except the one to whom you are going to live.

 
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Advocate

I agree with Arup K Gupta, There is no problem for you but You need to see that your live-in partner did not come under S 497 IPC. for it you need to prove  that your Husband agreed you staying with some one else or him. and It is not a defence that he didnot know that you are married.

 
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Lawyer

Legally you cannot .

 
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Medical Value Travel

1. When Divorce has already been granted by trial court and it is currently hit by Appeal period whihc is 90 days then you should wait more for 3 months which afterall is not eternity period least you are hit un-necessary by any more legal issues.
2. I suppose the other man will understand and be sensible to 3 months period to get over with a new life by you two.
All the best.

 
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thank you sir , but my consern the time period for the family court law to be materialised is 3 months i.e 90days is given for the xparty to appeal in the high court as per that the x party has appealed in the court , how long will the high court take to give a verdict . And if the high court gives a judgment in this 90 days period , can the x-party re-appeal and extend this 90 days period .Or is it that we just need to wait for 90 days and after which we can get married . Can the x-party appeal in supreme court if the high court grants rejects the appeal and grants divorce .What is the time frame for this and when is it that we can be married .

 
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