|Originally posted by : subramanyam
||The high court is not having the original jurisdiction to entertain the divorce petition you have to move a petition in the family court with the ground of non cohabitation after judicial separation after hearing the both parties by following the due procedure that is the trial which includes the chief and cross examination. Then the court will pass the the decree of divorce on merits. The best way is to amicably settle the matter by entering into a MOU and go for mutual consent divorce.
Thanks for your reply.
Here my question is In the Family court, Can i apply Interm Peition (or) Revision petition for already disposed HMOP (granted judicial separation) filed by me with the same number?
(or) Do i have to file a fresh HMOP petition with new number?
Reason behind my question is Some of my advocates are suggesting that i have to file a Fresh HMOP and to explian to judge during examination and argument stage. Some are advising that Interm (IA ) can be applied refering with the already disposed HMOP in the family court.
Please advise which one is correct.