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Human


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Posted On 09 November 2013 at 12:22 Report Abuse

Have below queries:
1) Can CrPC 340 Petition filed within a running Divorce case?
2) If not under 340, under what section can a petition for a false statement in Divorce petition?
3) Can such a perjury be filed within the same case of Divorce or as a separate petition?
4) Any citation which says perjury application needs to be decided before the judgment of the main petition?



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Nadeem Qureshi 9953809956


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Posted On 09 November 2013 at 14:47 Report Abuse

section 340 can be filed in pending case, during the proceedings. for case law or citation contact personally with an advocate


Samir N (2HelpU)


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Posted On 09 November 2013 at 18:37 Report Abuse

I believe that you have to wait until the disposition of the main case. It would be judicious on your part to file it now and let the Court decide it whenever it wants to. You can state in the application itself that you are filing it now but that if the law requires it to be considered later, the same may be considered after the disposition of the main case. This way, you are procedurally safe. Better early then late. Worse case, you will have to refile it later.

I HOPE YOU DO GO AHEAD AND FILE. TOO MANY WIVES ARE FILING FALSE AFFIDAVITS WITH IMPUNITY. THESE PERJURY APPLICATIONS ARE USUALLY THROWN OUT OR SILENTLY IGNORED BY THE LOWER COURTS. SO YOU WILL HAVE TO PUSH AND GET A RULING AND BE PREPARED TO GO ALL THE WAY UP TO THE HIGH COURT WHERE MOST LIKELY YOU WILL PREVAIL. DO GO THERE! YOU WILL BE SERVING A LARGER PUBLIC INTEREST. GOOD LUCK!!!

 




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