kavita jain (advocate) 30 September 2008
In the older practice, an order obtained ex parte to show cause why it should not be set aside . The rule will be made absolute i.e. the relief granted will be affirmed unless ( nisi) sufficient cause is shown to set it aside. If such cause is shown , the rule will be discharged.
K.C.Suresh (Advocate) 01 October 2008
Shree. ( Advocate.) 01 October 2008
Generally, a rule nisi is an order “to show cause” , meaning that the ruling is absolute unless the party to whom it applies can show cause why it should not apply. In divorce cases, a rule nisi is issued by the court to tell the parties that they have to wait a certain period of time before making their divorce final. This is to allow time for anyone who objects to the divorce to tell the court why they object. The rule nisi can often be set aside with mutual consent of the spouses. When the period expires, they can apply for the "decree absolute", which means the divorce is completed and the partners are no longer married. it is also called a decree nisi. Some states grant divorces using decrees nisi. The following is an example of a state statute involving decrees nisi
prof s c pratihar (medical practitioner &legal studies) 03 October 2008
thanks for complete resolution on rule nisi.degree nisi -in relation to divorce---a thinbeam of light--a waiiting -- a hope. bengali poem, song "sayan asila fire , se to fire alo na--means month of srabana with rains has come back, but he has not."rainy season is the best among allseasons --for romans that comes up to a particular age in human couples.asar and sravana are only two months.maha kabi kalidas in his epic mentioned"asarashya prathama dibase---in the first day of the month of asar----MAGHADUTAM---JAKHA REQUESTING MEGH ___CLOUDS ----to carry his message to JAKHAPRIYA--HIS HEARTFUL PAINS FOR HER ABSENCE" written in context of divorce so difficult subject so far hindu civilisation are concerned.
jyotirmaya behera (advocate) 27 November 2012