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SC prefers mutual consent divorce over long legal battles

IndiaTimes Friday, 30 September 2022
In the light of growing number of matrimonial disputes, the Supreme Court on Thursday said if two people could not live together happily, then they must be given a chance to get separated by getting divorce by mutual consent rather than fighting long legal battles for years.
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