Live-in-relationship is not a criminal offence but knowing partner’s compatibility.

The way through which stereo thinking of society is changing . They are opening themselves for accepting live- in- relationship also.

This is the outcome of privacy, education, and of globalization.
Moreover live- in relations never means running from responsibilities. It is way of understanding the partner whether he/she are compatible for sharing whole life together or not.
Live-in- relationship not only gives you a chance to know your partner but also give many opportunities engaging with someone without getting into legal relationship and after if both the partners don’t find themselves compatible they can easily move on.
In live-in- relationship you can involve with your partner without any family drama and responsibilities. In it there is nothing which can force you for staying together.

How we indians define live-in-relationship?
According to supreme Court live-in- relationship are defined in the mentioned categories. A domestic cohabitation between an adult unmarried male and an adult female, Between married man and unmarried woman, unmarried man and married woman.

Legal status of live-in
In foreign countries the idea of couple relationship are legally recognised but in india it is not the same.
According to apex court, if a man and woman are living together for long period and having children. they will be considered as married and same rules will be applicable for them too.
But, the apex court also say that if two persons are staying together without getting married then it is also not a Criminal offence.

Difference between marriage and live-in relationship
Marriage is accepted by a society. In the divine culture of india there are different procedure which are for different religion. Marriage laws have been created for safe guiding someone’s relationship and life.

Under live-in-relationship
There are no rules which are binding the partners for living together. They can freely move one or by mutually deciding move in. There is no legal definition.

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