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My daughter got married on 7/11/2012. The boy could not consummate the marriage could be due to impotency. What are the legal options to be exercised and what relief is she entitled from the boy and boy's family.
Asked 3 years ago in Family Law from Mumbai, Maharashtra
Religion: Hindu
The legal remedy available in the hands of your daughter is to seek the annulment of her marriage on account of it's non-consummation due to her husband's impotency.
Ashish Davessar
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I have already stated that she can seek annulment of her marriage. Her husband is under an inescapable obligation to provide alimony to her which she can secure by filing a separate case for maintenance. The procedure begins by engaging a lawyer who will then decide the court in which the case is to be instituted.
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