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sandeep (pvt service)     16 November 2014

What is difference between no say order and expartee order

hi friends, 

want to know what is the difference between 'no say' order and exparte order

my wife has not attended for 4 dates. my lawer has filed for no say order , as we had filed an amended pettition of divorce, and after replying to my first pettition, she has not replied to my amended application. she has also applied for hma 24, but she has not appreared for that too..'

my lawyer has applied for no say order, then what does iit mean....will i get exparte order divorce or what will happen next...

please advise...thank youl


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cyberlawyer (barrister)     11 May 2015

I have not heard anything like a no say order seriously. If the application is not contested by the opponent it must be allowed exparte. If its not contested by the applicant , it must be dismissed. However in both the cases the order is not passed on merits. Except the above, the judge in his discretion can close the applications without passing any order, but such a situation arises only under certain circumstances, for example an interim application is not disposed before the commencment of trial , then in such case the application can be closed without disposal. 

The learned members if any who has come across this term may explain..


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