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can husband filed a suit for recovery of money against his wife?


Dear Learned members,
Please help me.
Husband deposited money through NEFT to the Account of his wife and she left the matrimonial home on her own accord and husband filed RCR case against her and the said suit still pending in the concerned court.
My question is that :- Can husband filed a suit for recovery of money against his wife deposited by him for future aspects? If so, under what's provision of law?
 
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History :- Husband kept money in bank account of his wife. Wife withdrawal the entire amount without consent and knowledge of husband. Husband may filed Money suit against his wife? If so, then what provision of law?
 
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Dear sir,

Husband caanot file money recovery suit in your case.

Regards,
 
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ADVOCATE- HIGH COURT

Amount available in bank account being belonging to the concerned account holder. Here, husband has filed RCR not recovery suit or claim petition.
 
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ADVOCATE- HIGH COURT

Amount available in bank account being belonging to the concerned account holder. Here, husband has filed RCR not recovery suit or claim petition.
 
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File suit who knows what happens if it is allowed it comes on AIR orILR if not you loose some money.
 
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Retired employee.

There was no record on directions of the husband in spending the amount credited that it was lending as per law.  These are pressure tactics and let him follow his own whims and fancies which are not legal.  The wife can simply tell that money was handed back to him through some x and that x may give witness that the money received from the wife was handed to her husband.  Getting such witnesses is not difficult and those cases cannot succeed.  The wife can even say that the husband has repaid the money he has borrowed from her/her parents and it is not a lending transaction.  Advocates are very smart in such interpreting arguments.  Engage a good advocate.

 
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Lawyer

Vague, hypothetical and fabricated facts which is prima facie an academic exercise.

However, if there is some truth in the story, it is advisable to consult and engage a local prudent lawyer for better appreciation of fact/ documents, professional guidance and proceeding.

 
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