Sec.18. Security orders :
The Magistrate may, in the wake of giving the abused individual and the respondent a chance of being heard and on being, at first sight, fulfilled that aggressive behavior at home has occurred or is probably going to happen, pass an assurance request for the bothered individual and deny the respondent from—
(a) submitting any demonstration of aggressive behavior at home;
(b) supporting or abetting in the commission of demonstrations of aggressive behavior at home;
(c) entering the work environment of the distressed individual or on the other hand, if the individual wronged is a kid, its school or some other spot regularly visited by the bothered individual;
d) endeavoring to impart in any structure, at all, with the oppressed individual, including individual, oral or composed or electronic or telephonic contact;
(e) distancing any resources, working bank storage spaces or ledgers utilized or held or appreciated by both the gatherings, mutually by the oppressed individual and the respondent or independently by the respondent, including her stridhan or some other property held either together by the gatherings or independently by them without the leave of the Magistrate;
(f) making savagery the wards, different family members, or any individual who give the bothered individual help from aggressive behavior at home;
(g) submitting some other go about as indicated in the insurance request
Sec.19. Home requests:
(1) While discarding an application under sub-section (1) of section12, the Magistrate may, on being fulfilled that aggressive behavior at home has occurred, pass a home request—
(a) controlling the respondent from confiscating or in some other way upsetting the ownership of the abused individual from the common family, regardless of whether the respondent has a legitimate or evenhanded interest in the common family;
(b) guiding the respondent to eliminate himself from the common family;
(c) controlling the respondent or any of his family members from entering any section of the common family in which the oppressed individual dwells;
(d) controlling the respondent from estranging or arranging of the common family or hindering something very similar;
(e) controlling the respondent from disavowing his privileges in the common family besides with the leave of the Magistrate; or
(f) guiding the respondent to get the same degree of substitute convenience for the wronged individual as appreciated by her in the common family or to pay lease for something very similar, if the conditions so require: Provided that no structure under proviso (b) will be passed against any individual who is a lady.
(2) The Magistrate may force any extra conditions or pass whatever other course which he may consider sensibly significant to secure or to accommodate the wellbeing of the bothered individual or any offspring of such wronged individual.
(3) The Magistrate may need from the respondent to execute security, with or without guarantees, for forestalling the commission of aggressive behavior at home.
(4) A request under subsection (3) will be considered to be a request under Chapter VIII of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (2 of 1974) and will be managed as needs be.
(5) While passing a request under subsection (1), sub-section (2), or sub-section (3), the court may likewise pass a request coordinating the official responsible for the closest police headquarters to offer insurance to the bothered individual or to help her or the individual making an application for her benefit in the execution of the request.
(6) While requesting sub-section (1), the Magistrate may force on the respondent commitments identifying with the release of lease and different installments, having respect to the monetary necessities and assets of the gatherings.
(7) The Magistrate may coordinate the official responsible for the police headquarters in whose ward the Magistrate has been drawn nearer to aid the execution of the assurance request.
(8) The Magistrate may guide the respondent to get back to the ownership of the oppressed individual her stridhan or some other property or significant security for which she is qualified.
Sec.20. Money related reliefs:
While discarding an application under sub-section (1) of section 12, the Magistrate may guide the respondent to pay financial help to meet the costs brought about and misfortunes endured by the distressed individual and any offspring of the wronged individual because of the abusive behavior at home and such alleviation may incorporate, however not restricted to,—
(a) the deficiency of income;
(b) the clinical costs;
(c) the misfortune caused because of the obliteration, harm, or expulsion of any property from the control of the wronged individual; and
(d) the support for the oppressed individual just as her youngsters, assuming any, including a request under or notwithstanding a request for upkeep under section 125 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (2 of 1974) or some other law for the time being in power.
(2) The money-related help conceded under this section will be sufficient, reasonable and sensible, and steady with the way of life to which the distressed individual is acclimated.
(3) The Magistrate will have the ability to arrange a proper singular amount installment or regularly scheduled installments of support, as the nature and conditions of the case may require.
(4) The Magistrate will send a duplicate of the request for money-related help made under sub-section (1) to the gatherings to the application and to the responsible for the police headquarters inside the nearby furthest reaches of whose ward the respondent lives.
(5) The respondent will pay the financial help conceded to the oppressed individual inside the period determined in the request under subsection (1)
(6) Upon the disappointment concerning the respondent to make installment as far as the request under subsection (1), the Magistrate may coordinate the business or an account holder of the respondent, to straightforwardly pay to the distressed individual or to store with the court a bit of the wage or compensations or obligation due to or gathered to the credit of the respondent, which sum might be changed towards the financial help payable by the respondent.
Sec.21. Guardianship orders.— Notwithstanding anything contained in some other law for the time being in power, the Magistrate may, at any phase of knowing about the application for security request or some other alleviation under this Act award brief care of any youngster or kids to the bothered individual or the individual making an application for her sake and determine, if vital, the plans for the visit of such kid or kids by the respondent: 10 Provided that if the Magistrate is of the assessment that any visit of the respondent might be destructive to the interests of the kid or kids, the Magistrate will permit such visit.
u Sec. 22. Pay orders.— notwithstanding different reliefs, as might be allowed under this Act, the Magistrate may on an application being made by the oppressed individual, pass a request guiding the respondent to pay remuneration and harms for the wounds, including mental torment and passionate pain, brought about by the demonstrations of aggressive behavior at home submitted by that respondent