Can daughter file a case against parents?
U can file a habeas corpus writ petition in high court. court will issue notice to your parent to present u before court and court will know your will and take proper action. Court can ask u that are your parents detained u against your will if u say yes then court give u options where u want to live.
Can parents claim maintenance from daughter in law?
No, a mother-in-law is not entitled to take maintenance from daughter in law unless and until her son is not alive. There is supreme court case Smt.
Can you sue your parents?
An adult could sue his or her parent for any tort, whether personal or related to property. For example, a child usually can sue a parent for negligence when the parent has failed to provide food or medical care, but not when the parent has merely exercised parental authority.
Can I sue my mother for harassment?
Yep, apparently you can actually file criminal charges against your parents for harassment. Apparently this infuriated her son enough for him to file a harassment suit against his mom in criminal court. That’s right, criminal court, not civil court.
What should mother in law do about daughter in law?
1. The mother and father in law should refuse to accede to the demands of the daughter-in-law. 2. If she files any false charges against them they will be given complete opportunity by the court to contest her claim and prove their innocence. The court does not accept the case of the wife as a gospel truth.
What can I do if my daughter in law is harassing me?
There are following options : 1) To file a police complaint against the Daughter in law with appropriate police authorities.
Can a daughter in law get an order of protection?
Also an order of protection against the daughter in law can also be obtained for the physical cruelty meted out by her.
What can I do about my daughter in law on the Internet?
The internet is not a lawyer and neither are you. Talk to a real lawyer about your legal issue. There are following options : 1) To file a police complaint against the Daughter in law with appropriate police authorities.