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Reply Topic: is it illegal for unmarried couples to stay together in hotels?

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Topic History of: is it illegal for unmarried couples to stay together in hotels?

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1 day 11 hours ago #41

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Well look first of all nobody can question upon any couples without mariage or with marriage this is a sensitive issue because then you have to be ready for following cosequences:
the police will have the first say in these matters because there is no evidence supporting you guys better evade living together in hotels before marriage unless it is for oficial meeting or for that matter out of station people etc
3 days 3 hours ago #40

Anonymous

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Yaar i dont know it is legal or not but i want to say is that it should not be illigal as a guy and a girl can have some time together .
1 week 2 days ago #39

hmmmm

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until and unless you are dealing with drugs ....no worries
2 weeks 2 days ago #38

Anonymous

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i was sitting with my girlfreind , and was kissing her and a cop came threatened us to go to police station, threatening to forfeit my car .. and even saying of court and made 10000 rupees he was also more like using the girl, but it didnt happen

what to do with such b.c cops..want to fuck them hard as i could .. tell me
2 weeks 3 days ago #37

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S.294(a), IPC, says whoever, to the annoyance of others, does any obsecene act in any public place, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three months, or with fine, or with both. So this is the ground on which police can ask you to leave or can arrest you. If you are just sitting and talking without any display of affection(indecent), nobody can harm you. But you should be sure that you are not in a security restricted area or a private area. If its a public place, you are free. Its a free country ! Somehow!
4 months 4 weeks ago #36

Belt

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And God-Forbid, You may have an Erectile Dysfunction, due to this tension!! :P
4 months 4 weeks ago #35

Belt

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Yes, Satyendra You can Stay in Radisson Hotel and no one will ever ask Questions!! Now take your black Verna and go; Get some Life Dude!!! You are the coolest man ever on Planet, You have a Girlfreind, studying in top law school; Life's settled; Be Confident; That's all you need, What else do you need in your life. Good Lord.....
5 months 1 day ago #34

xyz

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if in past any one can did sex...after that any female compart can make him charge of illagale sex...of rape charge?
6 months 3 weeks ago #33

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I AM 21+ AND MY GIRLFRIEND IS ALSO 21+

I WANT TO SPEND A NIGHT IN HOTEL ROOM WITH HER AND SURELY WITH HER DUE PERMISSION.
IS THIS ILLEGAL ACCORDING TO OUR CONSTITUTION?
BOTH OF US HAVE AGE PROOF AND WE DONT DRINK..

CAN WE HV SEX?? IS THAT ILLEGAL IN HOTEL?

PLEASE ANSWER
7 months 4 days ago #32

advocate.isha

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it is not illegal if a couple who have attained the age of 25 years is living together in a hotel.
The Supreme Court has ruled that a live-in relationship not sanctified by marriage is neither a crime nor a sin. The judgment came while the bench was adjudicating dispute between a live-in couple, wherein a lady sought maintenance from a man after the relationship came to an end.

On the back of this ruling, the apex court bench headed by Justice K S Radhakrishnan regretted that there are no statutes to regulate live-in relationships, and has has asked Parliament to frame laws that will protect women in such relationships, and also the children born outside of wedlock.

""Live-in or marriage like relationship is neither a crime nor a sin though socially unacceptable in this country,"" the apex court ruled. ""The decision to marry or not to marry or to have a heterosexual relationship is intensely personal.""

Arguing that when such relationships break down, it is invariably the women who suffer, the SC said however that it was not asking the Legislature to promote pre-marital sex. However, the bench said, it was time to take cognizance of the fact that such relationships are increasingly prevalent, and in many cases long-standing. The bench, however, added that an adulterous relationship did not come within the ambit of this ruling.

Regards
Isha bhardwaj

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