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17/11/2009 at 12:59 PM #162AnonymousGuest
We got married in mumbai , wy wife is from surat ,i stay i in dubai
After marriage we stayedin mumbai for a few weeks then my wife joined me in dubai .
after 1 year she went back to surat and filed a 498a case against me and my family .
it is direct complaint in lower court without any fir yet
i got a summon from the lower court .
i hired a lawyer who advised me to apply in high court for quashing based on juridisction since my family members never went to surat .
we did that but the high court dismissed the case stating that since we live in dubai case can be filed anywhere
now the lawyer says to appeal in supreme court .
is this the right approach ?
can i file any counter case against them?
as we have never asked or taken any dowry
what should be my next step ?
17/11/2009 at 1:04 PM #1096AnonymousGuest
First understand the Law and then go for quash…. without ground work nowhere your quash pitition is gonna to admit..
18/11/2009 at 5:51 AM #1097AnonymousGuest
If she never stayed with your family members then they appeal to strick their name from case.
File a RTI to court asking to provide you Evidence she provided in her appeal;
and also ask judge to Investigate the case.
If she says, they gave dowry, Counter on that, saying giving dowry also Crime and they have to be charged for that too.
Check http://mynation.net/docs/ for related Judgments.
If you want to discus your case in dubai contact us from http://mynation.net/contact/ to get Contact number of Dubai.
18/11/2009 at 4:03 PM #1098AnonymousGuest
my family members were there in dubai with us.
if i counter case that they gave dowry , then it would be like i am admitting that i have taken it.
19/11/2009 at 5:09 AM #1099AnonymousGuest
Your lawyer advised u for quashing, what were the contents & order, it has to be seen. u send copy of order & petition.
19/11/2009 at 10:43 AM #1100AnonymousGuest
Dear Mr Kachave
Do you have an email address ?
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