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    Posted: 07 May 2017 at 5:53am
The Supreme Court has said that if a man and woman "lived like husband and wife" for a long period and had children, the judiciary would presume that the two were married. 

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My friend got married as per Hindu law in 2007 and registered officially. His wife's character was not good.  So he had lot of problems and got divorced by 2009 under mutual consent. After 1.5 years later she met him again and she said that she changed a lot. In addition she cried and asked him to accept. He accepted, they continued their life and got a kid by 2011. But they didn't legally marry again. Again she started doing her dirty things and he took her to many counselors but she didn't change herself. Again they departed by 2013. Now they are separated. I have a question regarding the second child which was born in live in relationship. Is that child legal as there was no second marriage? Kindly  put some light on this.
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