conjugal right


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Noun1.conjugal right - the right of married persons to the enjoyment of association and sympathy and confidence and domestic happiness and the comfort of living together and eating meals at the same table and profiting from joint property right and the intimacies of domestic relations
legal right - a right based in law
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Law and Society armed her husband with his conjugal rights.
My lord, any time we quarrel, she takes it back on me by denying me my conjugal right.
The members of the Ba Women s Forum are happy with the new constitution particularly the incorporation of conjugal right to property ownership that was absent in other constitutions.
Kibor now accuses Jeptoo of abandoning their home and denying him conjugal rights.
LAHORE -- Alimony cannot be claimed unless the divorced woman has performed conjugal rights ,' the country's top judge observed on Friday.
In 1884, Dadaji filed a petition at the Bombay High Court to restore conjugal rights over his wife.
Withdrawing conjugal rights is the last line of defence in the passive-aggressive cold war.
Pia lamented that while there is an increasing acceptance for the LGBT community in the Philippines, the sector still does not enjoy the same rights, such as the right to marry or have conjugal rights.
184 regarding imprisonment of Pakistani Fisherman in Indian Jails, suo moto action regarding delay in carrying out census in the country, suo moto action regarding illegal transplantation of human organs, suo moto action regarding cutting of trees from Margallah Hills and Lora (KPK) by the stone crushing mafia and cases regarding family / Restitution of Conjugal Rights.
Even the law permits men to seek restoration of their conjugal rights by appealing to the Courts.
A key suggestion was to mobilise all women in South Sudan to deny their husbands conjugal rights until they ensure that peace returns," organisers said in a statement released on Thursday.
A key suggestion was to "mobilise all women in South Sudan to deny their husbands conjugal rights until they ensure that peace returns," organisers said in a statement Thursday.