Your case is peculiar. You have not stated that how and on what basis the bankers were kind enough to grant such a huge amount to you as loan without any collateral security or a guarantor? If it is a fact that no security was involved to grant you loan, it is the bankers problem to arrange for recovery. They can file a money recovery suit in a civil court against the borrower but then if the defendant has not been served with the summons due to non-availability of the correct address, on paper publication for service of summon, the case will be decided on ex-parte basis, and then on an EP, the petitioner may seek for arrest of the respondent but again for that also they need to furnish the correct address to the court and then only they can go for a arrest under civil laws. It is a very lengthy procedure. If your husband is not a guarantor/co-borrower, his property cannot be attached for the loan availed by you in your personal capacity for your business purpose. Even your father's property or income can be attached for the reason stated ibid. Be frank that whether you wanted to avenge your husband due to the impending divorce case against you hence this query?