• Petitioned Manmohan Singh

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Prime Minister, India
Manmohan Singh

Pre-marital & inherited property is not Marital Property, Hence must not be Divided during Divorce.

    1. Sumanth von Confidare .
    2. Petition by

      Sumanth von Confidare .

      Bangalore, India

Property acquired before marriage, property gifted to a person and inherited property is not Marital Property. The definition of marital property is the property for which both the spouses contributed during the fixed course of marriage. This Marital Property division law must not become a Gold Diggers law for urban women or men.

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      • 4 months ago

      Please restart this petition with addressing to another minister.

      this is much important for Indian Men who gets fooled by women for property.

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    • Ravi Menon BANGALORE, INDIA
      • 4 months ago

      It is important that we stop exploitation or destruction of a member of either gender on the basis of making easy profits as a way of ensuring justice. Handing over pre-marital property which is unrelated to the purpose of a marriage to either spouse is misuse of the law, and biased and must be opposed. Women have been unfair beneficiaries of this law which leads one to question its motives and the law's sense of fairplay in important personal issues like marriage.

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    • sandeep kumar BANGALORE, INDIA
      • 4 months ago

      yes

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    • tanmoy das INDIA
      • 4 months ago

      when it is come the word property in between husband & wife then it is better to back in 300 BC, where at list every man and woman live their marriage life without bargaining about share in property..

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    • Siffian Negs INDIA
      • 4 months ago

      I am also affected due to this and these misusable laws are clearly reflecting from the warns and acts of my wife also

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