As per Divorce Laws in India, if someone is seeking for a divorce under the ground of 'desertion', then it is necessary that the desertion must have been for a continuous period of two years prior the date of filing. Desertion has been serving as one of the main grounds of divorce, where one spouse, often NRI husbands, desert the other spouse without reasonable cause. However, the spouse who abandons the other should intend to desert and there should be proof of it. As per Hindu laws, the desertion should have lasted at least two continuous years. Christians, however, will not be able to file a divorce petition solely for this reason.
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