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Nirav Gandhi (Sr.Officer)     24 January 2018

Decree challange time

Hi, court ordered decree of diworce 12 jan2017 in trail court ahm. High court of Gujarat also in Ahmedabad. Both the party residing at Ahmedabad. What is time to appeal in highcourt 60days or 90days


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R.Ramachandran (Advocate)     24 January 2018

Whether it is 60 days or 90 days, how does it matter now, when it is more than 1 year from the date of decree of divorce which you say is 12 jan2017?

 

SHIRISH PAWAR, 7738990900 (Advocate)     24 January 2018

One has to file appeal before high court within 90 from the date of judgement of court. You may file delay condonation if there is any delay.

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Nirav Gandhi (Sr.Officer)     24 January 2018

Sorry for inconvenient writing error 2017 instead of 2018. Decree passed jan12, 2018
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Vijay Raj Mahajan (Advocate)     24 January 2018

90 days is the period of appeal against any order/decree passed by the District Family Court in the main matrimonial petition.The High Court will entertain such appeal.

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Even if time is lapsed, provided other party has not remarried, appeal can be made in appellate court. How to convince the court depends on advocates skills.


(Guest)

Even if time is lapsed, provided other party has not remarried, appeal can be made in appellate court. How to convince the court depends on advocates skills.


(Guest)

Even if time is lapsed, provided other party has not remarried, appeal can be made in appellate court. How to convince the court depends on advocates skills.


(Guest)

Even if time is lapsed, provided other party has not remarried, appeal can be made in appellate court. How to convince the court depends on advocates skills.


(Guest)

Even if time is lapsed, provided other party has not remarried, appeal can be made in appellate court. How to convince the court depends on advocates skills.


(Guest)

Even if time is lapsed, provided other party has not remarried, appeal can be made in appellate court. How to convince the court depends on advocates skills.


(Guest)

Even if time is lapsed, provided other party has not remarried, appeal can be made in appellate court. How to convince the court depends on advocates skills.


(Guest)

Even if time is lapsed, provided other party has not remarried, appeal can be made in appellate court. How to convince the court depends on advocates skills.


(Guest)

Even if time is lapsed, provided other party has not remarried, appeal can be made in appellate court. How to convince the court depends on advocates skills.


(Guest)

Even if time is lapsed, provided other party has not remarried, appeal can be made in appellate court. How to convince the court depends on advocates skills.


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