1. When a person directly or indirectly requests a dowry from a parent or other parent or guardian of a spouse or spouse, he or she is liable to imprisonment for a sentence that may not be less than six months, but up to two years and a fine of up to ten thousand rupees, 😛 the Court may, for reasonable and specific reasons. , which are mentioned in the judgment, to impose a prison sentence of less than six months.4-A. No advertising. 2. If a person does not transfer property within the time limit or under subsection 3 or paragraph 3, he or she is liable to a prison sentence of at least six months, but may be extended by two years or a fine of less than five thousand rupees, which cannot be less than five thousand rupees. but that can range from ten thousand rupees or with both. 3. If a woman who is entitled to property under subsection 1 dies before receiving it, the woman`s heirs have the right to demand it from the person she holds, for the time being: if she does not have a child, they are transferred to their parents or, if she has children, transferred to those children and kept in trust until such a transfer takes place.

(3-A) Where a person convicted under subsection (2) for non-transfer of property under subsection 1 or 3 has not transferred the property to authorized women or, if applicable, to their heirs, parents or children prior to his conviction under this subsection, the Court has not directly, in addition to the award of the penalty for this subsection. , by way of a written decision, that this person, within the time specified in the order to that woman, or, if so, his heirs does not have, directly, parents or children, and if that person does not comply with the settlement within the specified time, an amount equal to the value of the property may be claimed, as if it were a fine imposed by that court and paid to that woman. , as may be the case, their heirs, parents or children. 4. Nothing in this section affects the provisions of section 3 or paragraph 4 (f) to deny marital rights to his wife on the grounds that no dowry has been given or that the dowry given is insufficient. Haryana Act 38 of 1976, Section 2 (w.e.f. 11-8-1976). (a) The minimum penalty for taking or assisting in dowry under Section 3 of the Act has been increased to five years and a fine of fifteen thousand rupees. [3-A) If a person convicted under the subsection (2) of non-transfer of property in accordance with the subsection (1) or [subsection (3) has not transferred these assets to the woman who is entitled, or, as it may be, to her heir, her parents or her children, prior to her conviction under that subsection, directly, by written decision , that the person transfers the property to that woman or, if so, to [her heirs, parents or children] within the time frame set in the order, and if that person does not comply with the registration within the said time, an amount corresponding to the value of the property may be claimed, as if it were a fine imposed by that court and a fine to that woman. or, as may be the case, [their heirs, parents or children].] (2) Any offence under this Act is neither leaseable nor of interest.