No Permanent Alimony in Sec 11, Permanent Alimony may be asked in sec 12.

Bhausaheb Magar vs Leelabai Magar 2003

Bombay HC

07-Jul-03

AIR 2004 Bom 283, II (2004) DMC 321, 2003 (4) MhLj 1019

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No Permanent Alimony in Sec 11, Permanent Alimony may be asked in sec 12.

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