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Multiple interim maintenance cases
« on: December 02, 2018, 04:53:31 AM »
After 6 months of marriage, my daughter-in-law left the matrimonial house and filed a dv case in 2015 at Maharashtra in which interim maintenance order was passed in 2016 under which we have since paid  about 2 lacs followed by our application for modification/review of interim as she was working along with the proofs.Also towards end of 2016, we filed a divorce case.However in June,2018 my son himself could cross-examine her for 1 session only, in dv case, after which she never attended court for 5 consecutive court hearings, with her lawyer who submitted medical certificate for not attending.  It has transpired that she is planning to file crpc 125 case in different State where her parents reside, just to harass us in another case.   

My concern is:
1.)Can she file another case in different state under crpc 125 while the DV case (u/s 12,18,20,21,22) and divorce case are in progress in Maharashtra?   

2.) Is it permissible under law or is it an abusive of due process of law?   

3.)What would you advise if she files it?
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Re: Multiple interim maintenance cases
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2018, 10:34:54 PM »
Refer the matter to mediation and get out of this mess with amicable solution.

Her not appearing in court is an indication she too is tired with court proceedings.
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