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question iconRestitution of conjugal rights

My husband has Petioned to live with him I m also willing to live I already attended one counselling another counselling he did not appear he asked asked for mediation but he keeps on skipping dates is he willing to live or not willing to take me but he is petitioned I'm not coming and living with him

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Abhimanyu  Shandilya

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A.See restitution of conjugal rights are filed for two reasons;
1. The Petitioner wants that the spouse should come and stay with the petitioner as directed by the court.
2. To take advantage of the situation that the opposite side is not willing to come and after one year of passing the judgement the petitioner can file a case for divorce.

You let the court know that you have been appearing but the petitioner is not appearing and then he will not be able to take any undue advantage of this.

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