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Smt.Chandana @ Rajani W/O E.N. … vs E.N. Bhyresh S/O A.E. Narasappa on 2 August, 2018

W.P No.102724 of 2018

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IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA
DHARWAD BENCH

DATED THIS THE 2nd DAY OF AUGUST 2018

BEFORE

THE HON’BLE DR.JUSTICE H.B.PRABHAKARA SASTRY

WRIT PETITION NO.102724 of 2018 (GM-RES)

BETWEEN:

SMT.CHANDANA @ RAJANI,
W/O E.N. BHYRESH
AGE: 29 YEARS,
OCC: HOUSEHOLD WORK,
C/O. HER FATHER BHEEMAIAH,
S.B.H. COLONY
(MAHATMA GANDHI SLUM)
GANGAVATHI-583227,
TQ: GANGAVATHI, KOPPAL DISTRICT.
… PETITIONER
(BY SRI. D.L. LADKHAN, ADVOCATE )

AND:

1. E.N. BHYRESH S/O A.E. NARASAPPA
AGE: 33 YEARS, OCC: SERVICE,
R/O: VIDYA NAGAR,
DAVANAGERE-577005,
DIST: DAVANAGERE.

2. A.E. NARASAPPA S/O LATE EERAPPA
AGE: 67 YEARS,
OCC: RETIRED GOVERNMENT SERVANT,
R/O: #1719/75, 16TH CROSS,
TARALABALU BADAVANE,
DAVANAGERE-577004,
DIST: DAVANAGERE.
… RESPONDENTS
(BY SRI. V.S. BICHAGATTI, ADVOCATE FOR THE RESPONDENTS)
W.P No.102724 of 2018

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THIS WRIT PETITION IS FILED UNDER ARTICLES 226 AND
227 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA PRAYING TO QUASH
ORDER DATED 28.3.2018 PASSED BY LEARNED SENIOR CIVIL
JUDGE AND JMFC, HAGARIBOMMANAHALLI IN G WC
NO.1/2017 VIDE ANNEXURE-E AND DIRECT THE LEANRED
SENIOR CIVIL JUDGE AND JMFC HAGARIBOMMANAHALLI TO
CONSIDER THE APPLICATION FILED UNDER SECTION 12 OF
GUARDIAN AND WARDS ACT, 1890 AT ANNEXURE-C ALONG
WITH MAIN PETITION.

THIS WRIT PETITION COMING ON FOR FURTHER
CONSIDERATION, THIS DAY, THE COURT MADE THE
FOLLOWING:

ORDER

Learned counsels for both side as well the parties

from both side in-person along with Master Daksha

Arya are present. The parties are identified by their

respective counsels in the Court.

2. Both side file a joint memo submitting that

the parties have amicably sorted out their differences

and have voluntarily came forward to unconditionally

join the company of each other by putting an end to

the proceedings pending in different Courts. By filing

this memo, learned counsels from both side submit

that the parties would not intend to proceed further in

this writ petition.

W.P No.102724 of 2018

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3. Learned counsel for the petitioner submits

to dispose of this writ petition as amicably settled

between the parties.

In view of the joint memo and supporting

submission from both side including the parties

present in Court today, this writ petition stands

disposed off as amicably settled out of the Court.

Sd/-

JUDGE

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