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498A Victim   31 January 2019

Paternity DNA test

How to get DNA test of a child through court. Under what section, rule. Thanks in advance for your kind reply


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Advocate G. Pavan Kumar, LL.B (Advocate , Hyderabad)     31 January 2019

As per law, 498A, Your are not victim, Only Girl / Wifeis Victim.

For DNA test, You have to show, she is doing Adultery, and You have to prove the case first, then You can ask for DNA test. Depend on the result, court can pass an order.

Already case filed on you on 498A. This is not easy now. This also addes one more allegation on you.

 

 

Priya Sharma   31 January 2019

court DNA test exceptional cases me hi karwata hai

vinay_2431 (engineer)     31 January 2019

The child in womb of married woman is legitimate child of her husband under section 112 Indian Evidence Act. The only exception under the law is non-access between the parties. This �non-access� refers to the non-existence of opportunities for s*xual intercourse. The legitimacy of such a child can be rebutted if non-access can be proved.

 

Martin S.   01 February 2019

Originally posted by : 498A Victim
How to get DNA test of a child through court. Under what section, rule. Thanks in advance for your kind reply

Where is the child right now?


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