Dear Meena Sharmaji,
I have gone through all your above posts. I feel sorry that except one member (he knows who is he), none has provided you any legal advice except moral preachings. Many times, enquirers come on this forum, get confused whether they are seeking legal advice or moral preachings from temples, masjids and churches. Most of the respondents have neither legal knowledge nor unbiased attitude towards women to give proper legal advice. They are, themselves, fighting cases against their wives andwith their own little experience in the courts and by surfing the internet, think they are the most sharp in providing legal advice. So, that it may be.
I attempt to give legal advice to the questions raised by you:
1. In the DV Case and 125 cr.p.c. case, at the time of filing the interim application you were out of job. But, later on you got job and at present you are in job, even though the job is not fetching you to survive yourself and your child. If that be so, there is no option, but you must inform the court about from which date you have been in the job and what is the remuneration you have been getting out of this. This will not spoil your case. You also put it clearly that this much of amount is not enough for you and the child to survive. Further you have to assist the court to calculate your husband's income, which advocates generally never disclose. The court will grant you maintenance from the date of application till you got the job. The matter does not end there. Even after getting job also you will be entitled to maintenance, which may be reduced one depending upon the lifestyle of your husband and yourself, when marriage took place. As you have a child, your husband has to pay maintenance for the child, irrespective of whether you got a job or not.
2. In appeal filed by your husband, as per you, there is no stay. If that is so, you are entitled to file the execution petition in the court where you were granted maintenance. If you will not file execution, your husband will not pay any thing. So, filing of execution petition is important on your part, despite the pending appeal filed by husband, where he could not get any relief of stay. Here, I say, generally in most of the cases, even issuing notice for appeal, the court directs the appellant (here your husband) to deposit half to three-fourth of the amount of maintenance availabe to the wife and then only take the appeal on record. So, ask your advocate to request for the same. Even though the request is belated, it is still effective.
3. Most importantly, what reliefs you asked in DV case? Was it only maitenance or shared household, recovery of stridhan and the property purchased by you but kept in the name of you both-husband and wife. In DV case, you can ask for the recovery of this immovable property. In addition to this, you should have thought over about filing the dowry case against him. Dowry taking is offence but not dowry giving is, as per S. 7(3) of the dowry prohibition Act. Coming to the purchase of the property, if you can prove that entire amount has gone from your side (it is not difficult to prove) it also proves that he is involved in dowry taking and also harassing you by retaining the property with him. Where the property is situated? Is it, at present, in his exlusive possession?
4. Whatever lawyers proclaim, the law runs on certain principles. The lawyers may file false cases but they cannot turn false case into genuine case. The role of lawyers is to assist the court and not to harass the clients - either their own clients or opposite counsel's clients. So, do not worry that your husband being an advocate, can change the course of law. What you need is a good advocate at Bombay as well as in Delhi.
5. Section 156 (3) case cannot effect you till a summon is served upon you. Transfer of cases from Delhi to Bombay will not bring fruitful result as you are facing problem with your advocate in DV case in Bombay.
You put patience and it will bring you fruitful results. In Delhi, if you want any legal assistance, do not hesitate to ask me.
wish you best of luck.