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!! v i c t o r y !!

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Shantanu Wavhal (Worker)     26 April 2013

hw much time will it b takn to clear all ?

timeframe can not be guessed in advance for any court proceedings.


does this judement has any effects on pending cases ?

her 498a case looses gravity.

my 494 - bigamy case gets strong.

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Gaurav (consultant)     26 April 2013


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Never Give Up (Fighter)     26 April 2013

Long awaited news has finally come .. Cheers !!!

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Shantanu Wavhal (Worker)     26 April 2013


Shantanu Wavhal (Worker)     26 April 2013

just now read the 6-7 page judgement.

applied for the certified copy.

will post soon.

Have a Heart Foundation (Sales & Mktng)     28 April 2013

Amit Congrats.. Wish you all the best for rest of the matters.... file a CAVEAT at HC... 

Arz hai.. 

Tum Toh Bane Ho Azaad Hone Ke Liye...

Aisi Biwi ka Milna Toh Ek Bahana Tha... :)

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victim (master)     28 April 2013


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Shonee Kapoor (Legal Evangelist - TRIPAKSHA)     28 April 2013

Heartiest Congratulations.


So it was a good decision to file for annulment rather than divorce as you were originally planning. :-)


I am happy for you.

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Shantanu Wavhal (Worker)     29 April 2013


Adv k . mahesh (advocate)     29 April 2013

congrats for achieving 

and all the best for the reamining cases

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sensitiveman (executive)     29 April 2013

Congrats Brother !!!

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Shantanu Wavhal (Worker)     30 April 2013

i m going to file Caveat in District Court as well as HC.

Shantanu Wavhal (Worker)     30 April 2013


The Caveat is based on the Latin Legal maxim Audi alteram partem that literally means "hear the other side" or "hear the alternative party”. On filing the Caveat it is binding on the Court that the Court should not proceed in the matter unless and until Court heard Caveator. Generally Caveat is filled in Appellate Court after the decision in Lower Court. The Caveat is valid for  90 days only. The general Practice in Caveat where an appeal is likely to be filed can be seen as follow

1. Send the Original Copy of the Caveat Application to all necessary parties who can file the Appeal the judgement of Lowe Court.

2. The copies must be sent through the registered post.

3. The Caveat application is to be filed in appropriate Court along with the Judgement of Lower Court.

4. The Prayer of the Application must read out that – The Caveator must be heard before deciding any application or Appeal against the attached Judgement of Lower Court in which Caveator is the party.

5. Along with the Caveat Application , a simple application explaining to the Court thatThe Caveator already have sent the copies to all the parties, Therefore The Court need not to send them notices. (attach the receipt of Post Office)

Shantanu Wavhal (Worker)     30 April 2013

cavet prevents passing of ex-parte interium order without hearing the caveator

DV Fighter (Service)     30 April 2013

Congratulations.... :)

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