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Devaraj Kar

posted 2 months ago

Dear sir

My parents had registered a case against me for mantainance . I had agreed for giving the mantainance money but tribunal court had give the final decision that I have to pay 15000/- per month but my monthly income is 10000/- . How I can show to court that my income is very low so please give me a suggestion
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A. Challenge the order of the tribunal in the High Court and obtain a Stay. Also produce proper documents which will help in reduction of the said amount.
Salary Certificate, Income Statement, Form 16 etc.
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Shreyash Mohta

Experience: 1 Year(s)

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A. You need to submit IT returns or Form 16 or if your are businessman or Entrepreneur than Income certificate provided by state government.

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Ganesh Kadam

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A. Dear Sir,
You may challenge the such order before the High Court and produce your salary certificate etc.

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A. You can file a revision petition in the higher court and obtain a stay on the operation of the lower court's order.

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Viswanath M K

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A. Produce your income certificate before court and file Application to reduce the amount

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Amit

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A. Devaraj Kar Sir you have to submit your proof of income i.e., Salary Certificate if you are doing any job (Private or Government) and also you have to lead evidence in respect of your income. As per your question the court has already passed orders, so you have to prefer Appeal in the next court which is having Jurisdiction to your case and also obtain Stay orders in the Appeal and there also you have to produce the proof of income only.

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Sunku Chandra Sekhar

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A. sir
Ok it is the judgement order and they file EP petition U/S 127Crpc in that petition you can show your monthly pay before court.Then the court can order accordingly.
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Johnson Thangiah

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A. Dear Sir
During trail of such maintenance case why did you not produce your salary slip before court. Now, you have right to appeal such maintenance order before appilant court.
But you have one other option that compromise the matter with your parents and give them maintenance as mutually agreed between you and your parents.

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Mangesh Yeole

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A. Dear client, facts are missing discuss in detail or contact any lawyer through vidhikarya.

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Abhishek Srivastava

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A. Challenge the order of Tribunal court making an appeal and also submit the complete documents which proves your income to Rs. 10000/-,
you are also advised to submit such documents which show your responsibilities also such as tuition fee (kids, if any), medical expenses, Rent, ration, loan etc.
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Suneel Moudgil

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