Shashi Dhara 21 December 2020
If you don't appear the case the petition will be dismissed no problem.
K.K.Ganguly (Advocate) 21 December 2020
1. There will be no consequence for your not attending the hearing of your said MCD petition which will be rejected after 18 months from the date of its filing automatically.
2. Alternatively, both of you can appear before the Court and submit a joint application for withdrawal of the said MCD petition.
175B083 Mahesh P S 21 December 2020
Yes you can, you could choose not to attend the hearing or I suggest its better you withdraw your petition
Without court order, marriage cannot be assumed void except conditions given in sec 5 (i),(iv),(v) Of Hindu Marriage Act.
All you need to do to withdraw is file a withdrawal application before Court or appear before on the next date of hearing and inform the Judge of your decision.
Devi shanker bairwa 03 January 2021
K.K.Ganguly (Advocate) 03 January 2021
1. This fact you have not divulged in your initial query.
2. Your second marriage is illegal hence invalid ab-initio and a charge of bigamy can be brought by your first and/or second wife.
Mohd Musabbir Ansari (Legal Practice/Litigation New Delhi 09582547570 ) 11 January 2021
YOU SHOULD WITHDRAW IT.
Ravi (a) 24 February 2021
what happens to dvc and maintenance order, which wife mentions that she will cancel the order in the MCD petition but mCD is rejected? will those orders be void even after MCD is rejected?