ablaa takes 7.5lakhs & refuses mutual consent. Husband runs 2 HC who tells him 2 go file fresh case !

Lots of ppl ask us what is the format for mutual consent AFTER PAYMENT !! we safely tell them we have NO such format ! Here is a Taza case, decreed just 1 week ago, showing a harassed husband who has lost 7.5lakhs and is now running pillar to post ..sorry court to court after wife took the money and showed him the door

Again ladies and gentlemen, I am NOT making this up !!. This is all from reported Judgements of honourable courts !!

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CASE FROM JUDIS / INDIAN KANOON WEB SITE with necessary Emphasis, Re formatting


F.A. No. 156 of 2014


Rajeev Ranjan Singh, S/o Sudarshan Singh, Qr. No.3062, Sector 12/B P.O & P.S. -Sector-12, B.S.City, District. Bokaro, Thro’ his father Sri Sudarshan Singh, Power of Attorney Holder ……….. ………..Appellant


Shweta Kumari, W/o Rajeev Ranjan Singh, D/o Suresh Prasad Singh, Qr. No.- 1212, Sector 12F, PO&PS-Sector 12, B.S.City, Dist.Bokaro……….Respondent




For the Appellant : Mr. Ram Ashray Singh, Advocate
For the Respondent : none


05/ Dated: 24th August, 2015

Per Virender Singh, C.J.:

1. After arguing for sometime, learned counsel for the appellant sub- mits that in fact the respondent-wife has deceived the appellant and took a clever turn by withdrawing from according consent to the mutual divorce after once agreeing to it, and setting the dispute for good after receiving a sum of Rs.7,50,000/-, vide two different drafts as one time permanent alimony and maintenance. http://evinayak.tumblr.com/ ; https://vinayak.wordpress.com/ ; http://fromvinayak.blogspot.com

2. Learned counsel for the appellant submits that those all settlements arrived at between the parties have been reduced into writing and both the sides had agreed to go ahead with a petition under Section 13(b) of the Hindu Marriage Act.

3. Be that as it may, they all can be said to be a good ground for the appellant to move the court concerned once again seeking decree of divorce but not for the purposes of disturbing the impugned order.

4. Faced with this situation, counsel for the appellant states that he may be allowed to withdraw the instant appeal enabling the appellant-husband to file a fresh petition in the court concerned seeking decree of divorce on all the pleas available to him including the grounds taken herein.

5. Prayer acceded to.

6. Resultantly, the appeal, on hand, stands dismissed as withdrawn with the liberty aforesaid.

(Virender Singh, C.J.) (P.P. Bhatt, J.) Anu/SI/LAK

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