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Consequences of Marriage

Consequences of Marriage

 

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Provisions relating to the consequences of marriage

85. Considered as husband and wife: If a man and a woman are married, they will be considered as husband and wife of each other as long as such marital relationship continues.

86. Relationship and responsibilities of husband and wife:

  1. There should be mutual love and harmony between husband and wife.
  2. Unless it is otherwise arranged by mutual agreement, the husband and wife shall live together and establish a family life.
  3. Husband and wife should support, protect and respect each other.

87. Husband's house shall be considered as the residence: Unless the husband and wife have determined separate residences by mutual agreement, the wife's residence shall be considered to be in the husband's house.

88. Considered to be each other's representative: Unless the law provides otherwise or there is a legal dispute between husband and wife, husband or wife shall be considered to be each other's representative in general household affairs.

89. Treating according to dignity, should be arranged: The husband or wife should arrange or arrange for each other to eat according to their dignity and ability and health care.

90. Home affairs must be conducted by agreement:

  1. The husband and wife of a single spouse must conduct household affairs based on mutual agreement according to their property, income and status.
  2. Husband or wife shall take the consent of each other when selling or transferring property in their name, unless otherwise provided by law.

91. Profession, business or work should not be stopped: Husband or wife or any member of the family should not stop each other from doing profession, business or work according to their skills, competence or ability.

92. Limitation: A person who is aggrieved by action taken in accordance with this paragraph may file a complaint within three months from the date of action.

 

Paragraph-2

Provisions relating to the consequences of marriage

85. Considered as husband and wife: If a man and a woman are married, they will be considered as husband and wife of each other as long as such marital relationship continues.

86. Relationship and responsibilities of husband and wife:

  1. There should be mutual love and harmony between husband and wife.
  2. Unless it is otherwise arranged by mutual agreement, the husband and wife shall live together and establish a family life.
  3. Husband and wife should support, protect and respect each other.

87. Husband's house shall be considered as the residence: Unless the husband and wife have determined separate residences by mutual agreement, the wife's residence shall be considered to be in the husband's house.

88. Considered to be each other's representative: Unless the law provides otherwise or there is a legal dispute between husband and wife, husband or wife shall be considered to be each other's representative in general household affairs.

89. Treating according to dignity, should be arranged: The husband or wife should arrange or arrange for each other to eat according to their dignity and ability and health care.

90. Home affairs must be conducted by agreement:

  1. The husband and wife of a single spouse must conduct household affairs based on mutual agreement according to their property, income and status.
  2. Husband or wife shall take the consent of each other when selling or transferring property in their name, unless otherwise provided by law.

91. Profession, business or work should not be stopped: Husband or wife or any member of the family should not stop each other from doing profession, business or work according to their skills, competence or ability.

92. Limitation: A person who is aggrieved by action taken in accordance with this paragraph may file a complaint within three months from the date of action.

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