sudalaimuthu, (Advocate and Tax Consultant firstname.lastname@example.org) 07 September 2008
Vijay Kumar (Advocate) 07 September 2008
His application is not liable to be declined on the ground of his wife's income and property.
anonymus (confidential) 12 September 2008
when the wife is not a party to the proceedings, he can file as indigent person.
prof s c pratihar ( urologist &legal studies) 12 September 2008
indigent person-order33 rule 1 a person is an indigent person i)if he is not possed of sufficient means to enable him to pay the fees prescribed in lawfor the plaint in such suit.ii)where no such fee is prescribed,when he is not entitled to property worth one thousand rupees.rule 2)particulars required-schedule of any movable or immovable property and estimated value there of.signature and verification as provided inorder 6 rule 15,16. the suit commences from the momentan application to sue i forma pauperisis presented.(jugal kisore vs dhano devi AIR1973 sc2508) inquiry rule 1 Aby chief ministerial officer of court.copurt may adopt the report submitted by such officer ormay itself make an inquiry and then allow or regectthe application.if he can satisfy the court then only he get the benefit of indegent person.
sudalaimuthu, (Advocate and Tax Consultant email@example.com) 13 September 2008
thanks for your clarification.
though wife is not a party to the proceedings, but her land sites are developed as a houses only with the income sources of the husband then his income now is in the form of house sites. so now ?