My husband and I decided to get separated last year. At the time of divorce, I said no to any maintenance but now due to some circumstances, I am not that much financially strong.  I just want to ask if  I can still ask for maintenance from my husband?

Can you please explain what are the main ingredients that result in rape? and in what cases the punishment of rape can be the death penalty?

Is criminal breach of trust a cognizable offense or not?

A public place includes (and means) the foreshore, the precincts of every public building or monument, and all places accessible to the public for drawing water, washing or bathing, or for the purpose of recreation.

Complaint means any allegation made orally or in writing to a Magistrate, with a view to his taking action under the code of criminal procedure (1973), that some person (whether known or unknown), has committed an offense.

Information about such offenses is to be given in a similar manner as explained under F.I.R. The officer in charge would reduce the complaint in writing (about the commission of Non cognizable offense) and give a copy thereof to the complainant free of cost.


Yes, a stranger can be a witness, but he/she must be carrying valid identity proof, ensuring that he/she is a citizen of India, an adult, and the consent to be a witness is not under any force or coercion.

To be a witness to a marriage, one must be of 18 years, a citizen of India, sane mind, and the consent to be witnesses should not be under any force or coercion.

Indian laws allow foreigners to marry Indians under the provision of the Special Marriage Act 1954. However, you require to comply with a set of procedures, to which shall be the right choice.

You can hire a professional for marriage registration online, but for the registration process, both of you have to be physically present before the marriage registrar and sign the a marriage registrar through


It is capable of entering into contracts and holding property in its own name. • The LLP is a separate legal entity, is liable to the full extent of its assets but liability of the partners is limited to their agreed contribution in the LLP

A company is referred to as Section 8 Company when it registered as a Non-Profit Organization (NPO) i.e. when it has motive of promoting arts, commerce, education, charity, protection of environment, sports, science, research, social welfare, religion and intends to use its profits (if any) or other income for promoting these objectives.

A Public Limited Company under Company Act 2013 is an organization that has restricted obligations and offers to the overall population. It’s stock can be obtained by anybody, either secretly through (IPO) first sale of stock or by means of exchanges on the securities exchange.

Private Limited Company. A private limited company is a company which is privately held for small businesses. The liability of the members of a Private Limited Company is limited to the amount of shares respectively held by them. Shares of Private Limited Company cannot be publically traded.

One Person Company(OPC) has the blended features of a sole proprietorship and a private company. OPC is also known as a one-man company. Like a sole proprietorship allows you to own the firm completely, an OPC also has just one shareholder.

Designated Partner Identification Number (DPIN) is a registration required for any person who wishes to be appointed as a Designated Partners of a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP).

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