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Kavitha Vasu

posted 2 months ago

question iconDV case quashed under false grounds

I have filed DV case against so called husband,mil and fil by september 2016 and got interim residence by oct 2016.But HC quashed my DV case against the so called in-laws stating there was never a domestic relationship between me and the so-called in-laws.But that mil lady has filed a DV case by 2018 to vacate me from the shared household and to give her 10 lakhs compensation.For her case they are saying domestic relationship is there but for my case they are saying domestic relationship was never there.what nonsense is happening in these courts.is there no genuine person in this world left to provide justice

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A.Dear Client,
You may use the same argument to have your mother-in-law's Domestic Violence case dropped. However, they may argue that because a finding was made by the High Court, you are in possession of a dwelling that is not your matrimonial home, and so orders may be made against you. Alternatively, you could submit an appeal against the High Court's orders quashing the domestic violence case you filed. Let us know if you require any further assistance.
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A.Dear Sir,
You may take same contention and get DV case filed by your mother-in-law dismissed. But, they may take contention that since a finding was given by the High Court so you are in occupation of such house which is not your matrimonial house so orders may be adverse to you. Alternatively you may prefer appeal against the orders passed by High Court against the quashing of DV filed by you.

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