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Parveen Taj Umar Sharif Siddiqui vs Mr. Umar Sharif Siddqui on 5 September, 2018

9 – MCAST. 2402-18.doc

VPH

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT BOMBAY
CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION

MISC. CIVIL APPLICATION (St.) No. 2402 OF 2018

Parveen Taj Umar Sharif Siddiqui … Applicant
Vs.
Umar Sharif Siddiqui … Respondent

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Mr. Syed Asif Abbas Naqvi, for the Applicant.
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CORAM : A. M. DHAVALE, J.
DATE : SEPTEMBER 5, 2018
PC :-

1. Heard the learned advocate for the Applicant. This

application filed by wife under S. 24 of the Civil Procedure Code

is proceeded exparte as the husband in spite of service of notice

has not filed reply.

2. Learned advocate for the Applicant submits that

though the message was sent on the mobile number of the

husband, he has not replied.

The applicant – Parveen has married to opponent on

5.1.2002 at Bandra. She begot first son Mst. Fauzia in January

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2003 and another son Mst. Faizan in September, 2004. The

children are residing with wife. The parties had differences and

they separated in 2016. The husband has filed Civil Misc.

Application No. 23 of 2017 for custody of the children in the

District Court, at Alibag. By this application, wife seeks transfer

of said application from the District Court Raigad to the Family

Court at Bandra. The said petition was filed under the Guardians

and Wards Act, 1890 in January, 2017.

3. The wife and children were residing at Kharghar. As

the leave and license agreement came to an end, she has shifted

to the house of her parents at Bandra. This changed address

pleaded by the Applicant has not be controverted by the

husband by filing reply. The Applicant is a house wife and it is

not convenient for her to attend the District Court at Alibag

alongwith her two children. In view of the fact that children are

residing at Bandra and in the light of S. 9 of the Guardians and

Wards Act, it is necessary to transfer the proceeding before the

District Court, Alibag to the Family Court Bandra. Hence, the

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following order.

ORDER

(i) The application is allowed;

(ii) Misc. Civil Application No. 23 of 2017 filed by the

husband, pending before the District Court Alibag is

transferred to the Family Court at Bandra.

(iii) All records and proceedings of Misc. Civil

Application No. 23 of 2017 filed by the husband,

pending before the District Court Alibag be

transmitted to the Family Court, Bandra;

(iv) Both parties shall appear before the Family Court at

Bandra on 10th October, 2018.

(v) The applicant shall give intimation of this order to

the respondent at the earliest.

(vi) Civil application is disposed of in the aforesaid terms.

Sd/-

[ A. M. DHAVALE, J.]
Vinayak Halemath

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