conjugal rights


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conjugal rights

pl.n.
The rights and privileges arising from the marriage relationship, especially regarding sexual relations.
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Law and Society armed her husband with his conjugal rights. Law and Society had but one answer to give, if she appealed to them--You are his wife.
His deputy, Abubakar Shelali, said they have received several complaints from women that they are being denied conjugal rights.
Ms Kitany has filed for divorce, accusing the senator of cruelty, neglect, desertion, adultery and denial of conjugal rights. They lived together at their Runda home until September last year, when he kicked her out, but she obtained orders allowing her to stay in the house pending the determination of the divorce proceedings.
At present, the total number of cases transferred by the family and guardian court to the evening court is 12 including execution petitions (4); custody petitions (3); suits for dissolution of marriage, restitution of conjugal rights and maintenance one each.
He said that our society is lacking the research on key social issues but I am glad to learn that legal aid society has published three research papers based on the data received at Legal Advisory Call Center on the topics of ' The Justice Gap in Sindh-Evidence from the Legal Aid Call Center', ' The Victim and the Accused- An Analysis of Legal Needs in the Criminal Justice' and 'Understanding the Domestic Violence within the Legal Frame Work' while 2 more research papers will be completed by 30 June 2019 on 'Study on Murder Trials' and 'Conjugal Rights Law'
Summary: New Delhi [India], May 31 (ANI): The Delhi High Court on Friday issued a notice to the Delhi Government and the Director General (DG), Prison over a PIL seeking conjugal rights for prisoners.
It, in their opinion, is tantamount to denying the 'sacred' conjugal rights a man has over a woman married to him.
Alive, her man was very demanding of his conjugal rights; maybe she's scared that lack of them and non compliant angels in the great beyond will urge him to return to her at night, is probably a more likely explanation.
Close wearily fends off her husband as he exercises his early morning conjugal rights.
Paul as being anti-sex, but note what he writes in 1 Corinthians 7:3-5: "The husband should give to his wife her conjugal rights, and likewise the wife to her husband.
What then happens when women are yoked with lazy husbands who are simply content to do nothing but eat, sleep, demand conjugal rights demand for money?