What is the procedure of conviction in sec-24 execution .
1.How many times court can send in custody ?
2.for how many days ?
3.if respondent is not able to pay arrears what is the next step for respondent.
Please help if anyone have knowledge about this .
Huge interim maintenance passed by M.M. Now session is saying either pay 50% of arrears or I will dispose the case.
What are the remedies available. Is there any judgement to argue on this point.
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