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The Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, 1936

( ACT NO. III OF 1936 )


Suits for judicial separation
34. Any married person may sue for judicial separation on any of the grounds for which such person could have filed a suit for divorce, or on the ground that the defendant has been guilty of such cruelty to him or her or their children, or has used such personal violence, or has behaved in such a way as to render it in the judgment of the Court improper to compel him or her to live with the defendant.

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