Madhya Pradesh Court's Unique Order On Breakup After A Live-In Relationship | Read

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The Madhya Pradesh High Court has taken a significant step towards recognizing the rights of women in live-in relationships by ruling that a woman living with a man for a considerable period is entitled to maintenance upon separation, even if they are not legally married.

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