sec.125 cr.p.c - daughter till her marriage - "Obligation of a Muslim father, having sufficient means, to maintain his minor children, unable to maintain themselves, till they attain majority and in case of female till they get married, is absolute notwithstanding the fact that minor children are living with the divorced wife... Thus, our answer to the question posed in the earlier part of the opinion is that the children of Muslim parents are entitled to claim maintenance under Section 125, Cr.P.C. for the period till they attain majority or are unable to and in case of female, they get married and this right is not restricted, affected or controlled by divorcee wife's right to claim maintenance for maintaining the Infant child/children in her custody for a period of two years from the date or birth of the child concerned under Section 3(1)(b) of the 1986 Act. In other words, Section 3(1)(b) of 1986 Act does not, in any way, affect the rights of the minor children of divorced Muslim parents to claim maintenance from their father under Section 125, Cr.P.C. till they attain majority or are unable to maintain themselves, or in case of female, till they are married."-2015 S.C.(1997)msk law reports

sec.125 cr.p.c - daughter till her marriage - "Obligation of a Muslim father, having sufficient means, to maintain his minor children, unable to maintain themselves, till they attain majority and in case of female till they get married, is absolute notwithstanding the fact that minor children are living with the divorced wife... Thus, our answer to the question posed in the earlier part of the opinion is that the children of Muslim parents are entitled to claim maintenance under Section 125, Cr.P.C. for the period till they attain majority or are unable to and in case of female, they get married and this right is not restricted, affected or controlled by divorcee wife's right to claim maintenance for maintaining the Infant child/children in her custody for a period of two years from the date or birth of the child concerned under Section 3(1)(b) of the 1986 Act. In other words, Section 3(1)(b) of 1986 Act does not, in any way, affect the rights of the minor children of divorced Muslim parents to claim maintenance from their father under Section 125, Cr.P.C. till they attain majority or are unable to maintain themselves, or in case of female, till they are married."-2015 S.C.(1997)msk law reports

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