After my marriage,am I considered as a guest at my parents' house
Hi, I recently got married and before that me and my parents were living in an apartment complex. After marriage, I visit my parents regularly and stay with them as well from time to time. The apartment association forbids me to use the clubhouse facilities and any other facilities which residents are entitled to use. The same facilities which I would regularly use before my marriage. They say that now I am considered a "guest", in my own house.
My question is, are what they doing is legal? Because it is definitely not logical and I feel discriminated against.
Thanks a lot in advance.
Asked 10 months ago in Family Law from Bangalore, Karnataka
1) you cannot be regarded as guest in your parents house
2) the apartment association cannot forbid you
From using club house facilities
3) issue legal notice to the association in this regard .if association refuses to relent move court and seek an injunction restraining association from objecting to your use of club house facilities
Absolutely illegal. Send them a legal notice for deprivation of rights, gender discrimination and intimitidation.
This is nonsense. The legal relationship between the parents and daughter does not cease to exist after latter's marriage. Issue a lawyer's notice to association and this does not work then file a lawsuit against it to seek appropriate reliefs.
they are right.
read the bye-laws of the society for clerification
Advocate, New Delhi
Go through the by law of the Association. If states that the house owner and their unmarried children are allowed. Then you need to know if it is strictly applied or they are selectively applied.
If the they it only specify that marred daughter are not allowed to use the facilities, then it's discriminatory.
Also check who are considered member and family and what is the definition of guest as per by-law.
After going through the by-law, issue a legal notice to the association.
Hi, Thank you all for your responses. I am asking them for by-laws for the last 2 weeks. Have sent an email thrice. They keep saying they don't have a soft copy of the English version and that they have "lost" the only hard copy. My only option is to get the hard copy of Kannada version of By-Laws from them, get them translated somehow and then proceed further. I want to know what is the process and fees for issuing a legal notice. I'm a resident of Bangalore. Is there any physical office where I need to go? Or can it be done online? I have no choice but to issue a legal notice to these people but I have no clue on where to go, how much will it cost, will I be able to afford the notice & further proceedings etc? Please help
Asked 10 months ago
1) legal fees vary
2) you can furnish instructions to your lawyer he will draft and send you draft copy by email to you for your approval
3) only after your written approval would legal notice be sent
4) legal fees you can transfer to his account by NEFT or RGTS
5) contact any lawyer on this website from Bangalore
The process is to engage a lawyer and pay his fee. The cost will be the fee of your lawyer. Contact a lawyer and inquire from him what his fee will be.