Impotency certificate from Medical Board?

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Is it possible to get Impotency Certicicate, ie. stating husband is physically fit for s*x and married life, on personal request from state Medical Board  to fight an Annulment/Divorce case in family court? When I approached  private/government doctors are  reluctant to issue such certificate to avoid coming to court at later stage, so can I approach the state Medical Board personally to get such a certificate?

 
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POWER OF DEFENSE IS IMMENSE

No.

 
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if you could get a directive from the court in this regard,then ,yes.

 
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POWER OF DEFENSE IS IMMENSE

Still no , you can not force any body to be decalred  impotent for fancy of a woman.

 
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it is not for anybody's whim and fancy,but proving impotency may be needed sometimes for divorce cases.

so depending upon the merit of the case courts can direct.
 

 
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POWER OF DEFENSE IS IMMENSE

Tomorrow somebody will apply in the court and ask somebody to be declared MAD.

NO NOT ALLOWED WHATEVER MAY BE YOUR VIEW.

You have to show circumstances beyod doubt to show such thing.

Supreme court has denied permission even for NARCO tests on criminals.

So impotency test is worst than third degree.

Even if such application is given it will invite criminal action from the accused.

 
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Originally posted by :shashikumar
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Tomorrow somebody will apply in the court and ask somebody to be declared MAD.

NO NOT ALLOWED WHATEVER MAY BE YOUR VIEW.

You have to show circumstances beyod doubt to show such thing.

Supreme court has denied permission even for NARCO tests on criminals.

So impotency test is worst than third degree.

Even if such application is given it will invite criminal action from the accused.
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Sir, wife filed for annulment/divorce showing impotency (husband not fit for s*x and married life) as the main ground. They lived together only one month and there had no such talk from wife before filing annulment/divorce petition. She has no evidence like medical report or any treatment details from doctor etc. Now, husband wants to prove that he is not impotent and is fit for married life for his future. If wife asks for his medical test in court, will court sent him for the same? or Can he ask the court for his medical test? Please let us know how to proceed this case from husband's side?

 
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since it is the main cause for divorce, ,unless the veracity of the allegation of 'impotency' is proved,how to proceed further? as such ,i still believe that the court can direct for such tests?

it is not like narco analysis,wherein the results are  not prooved 100% correct.

with regards to madness, help of psychiatrics could be sought if needed depending upon the merit and need of the case .

similarly,in the instant case,how could the court or any person come to the conclusion where the allegation is true or false?since the 'potency' of the partners is one of the most important factors in marrital life,it is a serious issue and I do not see any 'immorality' in undergoing the test in the given circumstances.

 
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apart from the legal aspects,if the husband feels,the allegations are false (if there are no other valid issues between them),it would be better to make an introspection of the issue as inspite of normal potency,if he is not able to satisfy the partner,what is the point in continuing the relation? I suggest seeking the service of a marriage counselor/s*xologist,so that the real resons could be understood.  Please try this route through the help of well wishers of both parties.

inspite of this,if you find their 'marriage' a point of no return, atleast someone could persuade for a more decent
cause of divorce,like mutual consent etc.

 
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