Occasional acts of adultery committed in isolation do not disentitle woman from maintenance: Delhi High Court

The Court held that only continuous and repeated acts of adultery and/ or cohabitation in adultery would attract the rigours of the provision under Section 125 (4) of the CrPC.
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The Delhi High Court has held that one or occasional acts of adultery committed in isolation does not amount to “living in adultery” and, therefore, does not disentitle a woman from maintenance after divorce [Sh Pradeep Kumar Sharma v Smt Deepika Sharma].

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