A Petiton for Divorce on the Ground of Cruelty u/s 13(1)(ia) of the Hindu Marriage Act 1955 - Petitions - Think Legal Forms - Forms and Contracts

A Petiton for Divorce on the Ground of Cruelty u/s 13(1)(ia) of the Hindu Marriage Act 1955

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IN THE COURT OF THE CIVIL JUDGE, SENIOR DIVISION, .................

AT ..............

Marriage Petition No.___________________________________________ / 200_

Smt.__________________ W_____ )

age..... years, occupation -................. ) Petitioner

Address .......................................................

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Shri____________ .. H______ )

age....... years, occupation - ..............

Address ........................................................)Respondent

A PETITION FOR DIVORCE U/S 13 (1) (ia) OF THE HINDU MARRIAGE ACT 1955

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The petitioner above named submits this petition, praying to state as follows:

1. That the petitioner is the wife of the respondent, their marriage having been solemnised at ............... on___according to the Hindu religion, vaidic rites and ceremonies.

2. That the petitioner, prior to the marriage, was known by her maiden name as ............................, while there is no change resulted in the name of the respondent.

3. That after the marriage, the parties hereto cohabited and resided together for about two years. However, out of their wedlock, the petitioner begot no child.

4. That at the time of the settlement of the marriage, the respondent and the elders from his family concealed from this petitioner and her parents that the respondent was neither in any service, nor had he been doing any particular business, and the petitioner and her parents realised it too late when the time has already been passed by, and there was then nothing which could have been done in the matter.

5. That this petitioner even prior to her marriage had been in Central Government working as a Telephone Operator in the Telephone Exchange, Rajgurunagar, and since the respondent was earning nothing, all the household expenses of the family of the respondent had been required to be met out of the salary of this petitioner alone.

6. That despite the fact that the whole amounts of salary of this petitioner had always been handed over to the respondent every month, the respondent and the other members of his family started to make some tall claims and huge demands through this petitioner from her parents, and with view to meeting one such demand, the petitioner purchased a colour TV set on hire-purchase basis from the shop of ..........................................., and all the principal amount as well as interest due thereon to the tune of Rs...................... has already been paid by the petitioner alone.

7. That even though immediately after her...

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