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satnam singh (job less)     07 January 2012

How to withdraw cases if wife does not appear?????

dear experts, I and my wife come on following compromises and compromise deed has been signed with witnessess. and 13-b is filed.  following cases are pending yet. 

1)... 498a,406,120b  which processing has been stayed from HC and quashing is pending in HC.

2)  Domestic voilence case which is also pending in HC for quashing.

   above both 1) and 2) are tagged together in HC

3) In Lower court have these two cases.
    a) maintanence    b)  custody of miner child 


child son 6-1/2 yr. old is under my custody.

please answer followings :

a) she is demanding visitation right and don't want custody. in 13-b first motion i give statement that she can meet child before second motion of 13-b only through mediator.

my qustion is i don't want to make any kind of relation of my child with her. now she has to appear in quashing of FIR in HC  she may ask to meet child. ??? how to avoid this??????????

b) is any way to withdraw all above cases without her presence with her compromise..???????



 4 Replies

Shantanu Wavhal (Worker)     07 January 2012

MCD can not happen without mutual consent.

first both of you must agree on the terms & conditions, then proceed for MCD.

satnam singh (job less)     07 January 2012

we have fix term and condition and mcd is applied yesterday.  now problem is she is asking for meet child and i asked to panchyat that i shall allow her to meet through mediator . second problem is they are delaying to withdraw cases .  so i want to know that

1) if she does not withdraw then compromise deed can help me how?????

Shantanu Wavhal (Worker)     07 January 2012

compromise deed will not be much helpful.

if there is even a single point of disagreement, how can u say that - u r going for MCD ??

Nadeem Qureshi (Advocate/ nadeemqureshi1@gmail.com)     07 January 2012

Amit is rightly informed

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