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Mrs. Kamal Nautiyal vs Vinay Nautiyal on 28 January, 2020


?Court No. – 3

Case :- FIRST APPEAL No. – 27 of 2011

Appellant :- Mrs. Kamal Nautiyal

Respondent :- Vinay Nautiyal

Counsel for Appellant :- Yashovardhan Swarup

Counsel for Respondent :- Ajai Kr. Jaiswal,Basant Lal Jaiswal

Hon’ble Ved Prakash Vaish,J.

Hon’ble Narendra Kumar Johari,J.

List has been revised.

Shri Yashovardhan Swarup, learned counsel for appellant is present.

No one has appeared on behalf of the respondent.

This is an appeal filed under Section 19 of the Family Courts Act, 1984 against an order dated 15.4.2011 passed by learned Additional Principal Judge, Family Court, Lucknow in Misc. Case No.231-C of 2008 (Vinay Nautiyal Vs. Smt. Kamal Nautiyal), whereby maintenance pendente has been granted under Section 24 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.

Learned counsel for the appellant submits that in the main petition under Section 13 of Hindu Marriage Act, matter has been amicably settled and the decree of divorce has been granted, so the appellant does not want to pursue the present appeal and the same may be dismissed as withdrawn.

In the submissions made by learned counsel for the appellant, the present appeal is dismissed as withdrawn.

(Narendra Kumar Johari, J.) (Ved Prakash Vaish, J.)

Order Date :- 28.1.2020

Anil K. Sharma



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