07 April 2013
How can an expert anticipate about the facts of the case which he never contested and the facts of which were never told to him and thus how he can suggest you the desired path to be adopted?
The divorce application was filed 13 years ago based on the hospital docuementary evidence and other evidence on the following grounds "dissertion, creulty, pregnancy before marriage and adultery" in the Divorce act professing christian religion
For all the 4 charges enough documents were submitted to the Hon'ble court, the respondent wife didnt submit any document that was in her possession and have agreed many issues in the petition but have declared against the petition in the deposition. Her charges were dowry,creulty for which she didnt submit any evidence but accepted that there was no dowry or creulty in her deposition
However the Hon'ble Judge with his wisdom had dismissed the petition yesterday evening at 1930 hrs.
Whiel checking on the experts advice on this topic, i found the following and hence the advice was sought from experts:
Can you please advice
1. if the petitioner husband should file a petition under Order 41 Rule 5(2) immediately in the district court and apply for first appeal in the high court.
2. is it a procedure that respondent wife shall have to apply for restitution of conjugal rights based on the petitioner husband dimissed petition