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Wife Delaying Case fined
« on: October 09, 2013, 12:57:38 AM »
An exemplary value of Rs 50K was cuffed on a lady on Thursday by the Delhi HC that took exception to he ways to stall divorce proceedings filed against her by her husband on grounds of desertion. HC was irked by her move to file a dizzy petition to delay the divorce proceedings initiated by her Husband in a very domestic relations court.

“I notice that this petition is dizzy associate degreed is vulnerable to be discharged with an exemplary cost…” aforementioned Justice Dhingra in a very judgments whereas dismissing a petition filed by Sujata Aggarwal difficult a domestic relations court call to reject her application for adjournment in 2007.

“Every quite excuse on the market on the planet had been advocate for seeking adjournments and every one ways had been adopted to delay the proceedings,” HC determined and brought up the court order that had explicit that Sujata had taken many adjournments since 2001 to delay the continuing within the divorce case filed by her husband sitar player Aggarwal in 1998.

Justice Dhingra additionally aforementioned, neither the married person nor her counsel appeared before the domestic relations court in August 2001 to receive the maintenance paid by her husband, thereby strengthening suspicion that their intention was solely to delay proceedings.

“The ground on that the husband wanted divorce is desertion. Sujata had associate degree choice to lead her proof to point out that she had not deserted and fault song on the facet of the husband. rather than leading proof and showing within the court she had simply seen to that that the case does not proceed,” the Court aforementioned.

On March 3, 2007, the domestic relations court had discharged associate degree application filed by Sujata for associate degree adjournment within the 1998 case for divorce wanted by her husband on the bottom of desertion by his married person. when permitting many applications filed by Sujata and granting adjournments many times since 2001 on one or alternative grounds taken by the married person, the domestic relations court had discharged her plea for additional adjournment.
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