However, the Supreme Court of Hon`ble acquitted them of the accident. And granted them the status of legitimate children as well as the right to property. In its August 10, 2010 decision in Alok Kumar vs. State & Anr, the Delhi Supreme Court ruled that it was dealing with the validity of the live relationship, that «live-in-relationship» was a walk-in and walk relationship. This relationship is not subject to conditions and this relationship does not create a legal link between the parties. It is a cohabitation contract that is renewed daily by the parties and can be terminated by either party without the agreement of the other party, and a party can withdraw at any time at its discretion. «(para. 6) 3. Publication of the current financial status. Each Party has, in its soul and conscience, disclosed in full and in full to the other Party its current financial position, including all assets and liabilities. . . .