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Hello,
After a long struggle of chasing and running behind my husband n failing to find his residence address or any of his contact details, I filed FIR against my husband and in-laws u/s 498a, dp 3&4, 506. Husband and in-laws applied for anticipatory bail and in the bail application they have given false information i.e., complainant have stayed with the petitioners in Madurai at and they have kept her happy but complainant started quarreling with them for reasons best known to her.

Since my husband and my in-laws have stated that I stayed with them in their residence address in the bail application petition and my husband is currently residing at my in-laws house, I went to enter the house. But husband and in-laws pushed me out and plucked my phone, I got injured. My father-in-law called police and they picked me and my husband at night 9pm in the night and did counselling. Next day inspector came and started scolding wife and said FIR will be filed against me if I go to enter my in-law's house where my husband is residing and will remand me, jail me. Inspector says its illegal to enter their house.

1. Can a criminal case be registered on wife if she enters her in-laws place where husband is residing?

2. If so under what section can FIR be lodged?

3. I screamed in pain and agony when husband and in-laws beat me and threw me out of the house.For that police is telling I did galatta in front of my in-laws house that too after I filed a FIR and I will be jailed next time if I go to their house. What should be my next step? I explained to police that in the bail petition they have stated that my husband is also currently residing at their house and he also stated I was in their house in Madurai.

Please reply me.
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I have read your long posting.

Now just answer one thing what is the outcome you are looking for?

Whatever u have mentioned means you will spend your entire life in a fruitless legal battle.

Sit down ask yourself what you want .

Than make your next post.

I will give you correct solution
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dear ma'am,

no fir can be registered against you for entering your matrimonial home. polourice has no power to stop you from residing inside your matrimonial home.

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jai bansal
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Your husband or in laws cannot throw you out of your/their house.It will be considered as physical harassment.you can only leave the house on your own or they can ask you leave only after divorce.They are legally entitled to protect you until you get divorced incase you wanted it.Policeman's action is not right.

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After going through your post, I felt that it is not suggestible to continue this broken marital tie up. It is better to get rid of from same. File a case under Section 125 of crpc. Ask your husband through your lawyer for Mutual Divorce with permanent alimony.
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Re: Police inspector threatening to file fir for me entering into in-laws house
« Reply #5 on: September 02, 2016, 12:49:00 AM »
if you still want to join your husband in the matrimonial home you can file a dv case asking for right to residence, monetary relief and protection order against your inlaws.you can claim right to residence only if the husband has some share in the property otherwise your inlaws might quote that and obtain a stay against you from entering their premises.in that case also the husband has to rent out a house pay the rent and keep you there providing all the necessary comforts that you were enjoying previously in the matrimonial home

 

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