This Prenuptial Agreement (the “Agreement”) sets out the terms and conditions upon which Dhruv Bind born on December o3, 1984 (the “Husband”), and Sneha Verma born on September 21, 1991 (the “Wife”), shall manage their financial and legal affairs upon Marriage to each other (together, the “Parties”).


WHEREAS: The Parties are not yet married.

WHEREAS: The Parties are due to be married to each other (“the Marriage”) on March 4, 2022.

WHEREAS: The Parties are desirous of formalizing their respective joint and several financial and legal rights, obligations, liabilities, and property rights arising from their Marriage.

WHEREAS: The Parties intend this Prenuptial Agreement to become effective upon the event of their Marriage.

WHEREAS: The Parties have made a complete and accurate disclosure of their respective assets and liabilities (Schedules A and B).


  1. DEFINITIONS. In this prenuptial Agreement:

1.1 “Income” shall mean any income howsoever arising due to the commercial activity, work, employment, endeavors, skills, passive holding of assets, dividends, inheritance, pensions, interest, rent, inheritance, investments, property, or arising from any other source.

1.2 Unless it is evident from the context and having regards to the generality of this prenuptial Agreement that a clause intends to mean otherwise: words denoted in the singular only shall include the plural and vice versa; words denoted in any gender shall include all genders; and, terms denoting people or persons shall include both natural and legal persons (such as corporations) and vice versa.

1.3 The heading names in this Prenuptial Agreement are provided as reference only and do not form part of this Prenuptial Agreement.

1.4 This prenuptial Agreement may be executed in English.

1.5 The illegality or unenforceability of any clause (or part thereof) shall have the effect of voiding that clause (or part thereof) only and not the entirety of this Prenuptial Agreement.


Both Parties agree and declare irrevocably that they have no right of action against the other if the contemplated Marriage does not take place for any reason whatsoever that if they had any such right, it is hereby irrevocably waived by both Parties.


Both Parties agree and declare that in the event of the termination of the Marriage, they will submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of this Prenuptial Agreement and irrevocably waiver the right to make any claims arising out of the Marriage against the estate of the other except under this Prenuptial Agreement.

  • SEPARATION OF PROPERTY Both Parties hereby agree:

4.1 That in the event of Marriage, they will each retain all rights and obligations over their respective property, which is now owned (including assets, liabilities, and expected inheritance and gifts) according to schedule A and B. In case of separation and divorce, the husband will retain his business and the primary residence of the business and his residential property.

4.2 That in the event of Marriage, they shall each have the absolute and unconditional right to dispose of their respective separate property free from any claim by the other, and their rights to their respective property shall remain as if they were not married.

4.3 That the Marriage shall not give either Party any right or benefit in the property of the other Party.

4.4 That the above clauses (4.3 and 4.4) shall apply notwithstanding any investment by one Party of time, effort, or money in the maintenance, improvement, or other betterment of the property of the other Party.

4.5 That the above clauses (4.3and 4.4) shall continue indefinitely and that the passing of time shall not affect the agreed separation of assets.

4.6 That the above clauses (4.3 and 4.4) shall apply notwithstanding any behavior, Agreement, promise, or course of action which purports to confer the rights or obligations of one Party upon the other unless it is formalized per clause 13 of this Prenuptial Agreement.


Each Party does hereby irrevocably renounce and waive any and all rights against the other Party arising out of their Marriage whether granted by law, tradition, statute or in any other way and over the assets of the other Party both in life and in death and in whichever country or territory said assets may be held or registered and whether those rights be acquired at the event of the Marriage or subsequently acquired, conferred, received or obtained. Each Party also irrevocably renounces and waives the same rights against any proxy, executor, attorney-in-fact, or another representative of the other Party.


6.1 The obligations, liabilities, and debts of each Party acquired before the Marriage shall be entirely separate. Each Party hereby irrevocably declares that they will indemnify, keep indemnified and hold harmless the other Party in respect of any and all legal and financial obligations and debts incurred by that Party.

6.2 Both Parties warrant that they have given complete disclosure of their assets and liabilities in Schedules A and B.

6.3 Each Party declares that they have reviewed and understood the Schedule of property of the other Party.


The Parties recognize that they may elect to be assessed for income tax or other taxation purposes as a married couple and/or submit a joint tax return, and nothing in this Prenuptial Agreement shall preclude the Parties from so doing. The submission of a joint tax return or the joint assessment of tax on the Parties shall have no effect upon the separation of assets and obligations set out in clauses 5, 6, and 7 or any other provision of this prenuptial Agreement.


The Parties acknowledge that during the course of the Marriage, their respective wealth may increase, decrease or remain the same and hereby expressly and irrevocably declare that no change in the financial circumstances of either Party shall have any effect on this Prenuptial Agreement.


Children of the Marriage (whether biological or adopted) shall have no effect on the terms of this Prenuptial Agreement and nothing in this Prenuptial Agreement shall affect the rights of the children to support. In case of divorce or separation, custody of the children will be split evenly or assumed by the courts as to best fit and the child support payments by Dhruv Bindra will not exceed 25% of his pre-tax income.


It is agreed that:

10.1 The Parties warrant that they have thoroughly read and understood every clause in this Prenuptial Agreement.

10.2 The Parties warrant that they are aware that this Prenuptial Agreement is a binding legal document and that they have each been given adequate time to consider the consequences of signing it.

10.3 The Parties warrant that they enter into this Prenuptial Agreement entirely of their own free will and volition and expressly declare that they are acting entirely free from any influence, interference, or pressure (financial or otherwise), duress, or undue influence from any third party whatsoever.

10.4 The Parties declare that they have each had the opportunity to take legal advice in connection with entering into this Prenuptial Agreement and has either a) done so or b) deemed it not necessary to do so.

10.5 The Parties hereby expressly waive their rights to dispute this Prenuptial Agreement based on lack of autonomy, duress, undue influence, lack of volition, or lack of understanding.

10.6 Both Parties warrant that this Prenuptial Agreement is fair and accurately reflects their intention generally and concerning past and future assets and liabilities.


11.1 Both Parties warrant that they have the necessary power and approval to enter into the Agreement.

11.2 Both Parties warrant that they are not aware of anything in their reasonable control, which will have an adverse effect upon their ability to perform their respective obligations hereunder.

11.3 Both Parties warrant that if either spouse commits adultery, the offended spouse is entitled to a monetary payment of no less than the number of years married multiplied by one thousand dollars.

11.4 Both Parties warrant and agree that neither of them will be entitled to spousal support.

11.5 Each Party warrants that there is no litigation currently in progress, likely to be commenced or threatened, which could adversely affect the other Party’s position.

11.6 The failure or delay by either Party to enforce any term of this Agreement or to act upon a breach of any term shall not constitute a waiver of their rights.

  1. DURATION. This Prenuptial Agreement shall commence on the date of its execution and shall have effect indefinitely unless it is cancelled by the express Agreement in writing of both Parties pursuant to clause 13.
  2. VARIATION. Any variation to this Prenuptial Agreement shall be made in writing and signed by both Parties.
  3. NOTICES. Any notice served under this Prenuptial Agreement shall be made in writing and shall be considered served if it is handed to the other Party in person or delivered to their last known address or any other such address as the Party being served may have notified as his address for service. All notices shall be delivered in English.
  4. CONFIDENTIALITY. Each Party irrevocably declare that they will keep the contents of this Prenuptial Agreement confidential and agree to indemnify the other against any and all losses arising from their making of the existence of this Prenuptial Agreement or its contents known publicly.

16.1 The Prenuptial Agreement is made under the exclusive jurisdiction of the laws of _____________

16.2 Disputes under this prenuptial Agreement shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the _______________ Courts.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties execute the agreement as follows:

Wife Signature: __________________

Husband Signature: _______________

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