As per your query, it could be undewrstand that Your marriage is not valid or recognised under Indian law.
If a marriage between an Indian and a foreign national is to take place in India, generally its required to file a notice of intended marriage with a Marriage Registrar of your choice in India. That notice is required to be published within the stipulated 30 days. At the end of the 30 days the Marriage Registrar is free to perform the marriage.
Indian courts should base their decisions not only on the question of domicile, but also on the basis of habitual residence and nationality.
In India, a wife has the right to claim maintenance for her livelihood equivalent to husband’s lifestyle. A married woman gets a right on her husband’s property only after his death. A woman’s husband’s ancestral property, which he is expected to inherit in the future, remains out of the settlement, and so does his self-acquired property. It is only in the case of a joint property that a woman could claim at the time of divorce.
If a property is purchased and paid for by one person and the title is held by another, the person in whose name the property is held will be deemed to be its legal owner. Before we proceed further, it is important to note that this law accepts the property on which his/her name is registered. Contributions made during the purchase of any other party, cash or in-kind, are not recognized, legally speaking, unless you have sufficient evidence to prove otherwise.
There are two different types of property for the purposes of divorce. The property that the couple purchased during marriage is called “marital property”. Property that you had before marriage or was just a gift to you from someone other than your spouse is called a “separate property”. Marital property can be divided between two spouses.
Separate property is an asset that is owned by premarital spouses. Any inheritance a spouse receives, even during marriage, is separate property. So are personal gifts (unless they came from another spouse or partner) and payments for personal injuries. When the court grants a divorce, the property will be divided equitably (not always equally) between the two spouses. This is decided under Equitable Distribution Law. During the divorce, both spouses have to tell the court about their income and any debts they owe.
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