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Offline peterausger

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« on: February 20, 2014, 07:09:41 AM »
Dear sir,

In 2012 Feb, I filed a divorce petition in Malapuram family court and after many sittings, I got my divorce granted recently (IT WAS AN EX PART DIVORCE, my ex wife didnít attend single sitting)

For a speedy settlement, I approached Kerala high court and the hon. high court requested the lower court to give the judgment at the earliest. (Even in high court she did not turn up)

My ex wife filed a petition under restitution of conjugal rights in 2012 March in Madurai court.
She attended the sittings for 3 or 4 times and after that she stopped.

My lawyer is representing me there and I have not attended single sitting. (Still the case is going on.)

Hon court has sent several notices to my ex wife but she did not turn up.

My question is can I request the Madurai court to close the case?
Based on the divorce granted by malapuram court, can I remarry?

Is it really required to attend the court proceedings in Madurai? Is that case valid ?

Kindly advice,


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Re: divorce
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2014, 09:26:39 PM »
you file an application to that court along with a copy of the ex-parte divorce decree, for dismissing the matter.

yes you can re marry after the lapse of the limitation period.

now in ex-parte divorce wife can at later date challenge the divorce decree. this option is available to her, all she has to prove beyond reasonable doubt that she was not brought to notice of the ex-parte divorce proceedings, if she succeeds on doing that than the ex-parte divorce decree will be quashed
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