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  1. Can a person get Divorce by conversion in to Muslim religion and evade 494 or carry away both?

 

  1. The person does not have intention to go for second marriage but can he get divorce by conversion and evade the long proceedings for divorce as per HMA.The intention is only to avoid the long proceedings of court.

 

  1. As she is not ready to come back and for the extortion and harassment purpose has filed false cases with various sections i.e. 498a. 232, 500, 501, 499, 420. And threatening over phone and by sending abusive sms.

 

  1. She has not been stayed with that person for 8 days also and filed so many cases to abuse the person and not demanding maintenance under sec. 125 of Cr.p.c.

 

  1. She has defamed the family of the person.

 

  1. Are there any chances that by conversion he may get into more technical problems? Kindly revert in case any.

 

  1. He has liking for the Muslim Religion and he don’t have any intention of profit.

 

    

    

 

 

 
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LEGAL COUNSEL

 No conversion cannot be used as a route for divorce. Law does not permit this.

 

 
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he dont want divorce he want her to come back

 
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LEGAL COUNSEL

 counselling before marriage counsellors or mutual friends could certain work, if the issue is due to some misunderstandings.

 
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ADVOCATE & DIRECTOR

 SNEHA,

THIS IS THE MATRIMONIAL COMPLEX SITUATION, IF IT IS A ARRANGED MARRIAGE, BETTER TO NEGOTIATE WITH HER WITH MEDIATORS TO GET BETTER RESULT INSTEAD OF FIGHTING IN COURTS. 

FOR ANY PROBLEM THE SOLUTION IS NOT ONLY CRIMINAL CASE, LET US THINK OF OTHER DOORS TO OPEN.

 
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Advocate High court Madras. M-9840908555

very good advise from reddy sir.

 
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Advocate High court Madras. M-9840908555

conversion is not a ground for divorce

refer 2000 SCC (cri) 1056 Lily thomas  Vs U.O.I.

 
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Consultant

I think conversin is ground for divorce if other did not like his/her partenr conversion.

 
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Conversion is not allowed for the ground of divorce.
 
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Advocate

Qs. 1 and 2 answer is negative

3rd question engage a lawyer and give complaint to the mobile company from where your sms orgianting

Other questions not ripe for answer.

 
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