A Suit for Cancellation of Instrument

Updated at:March 2010
 
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IN THE COURT OF THE CIVIL JUDGE, SENIOR DIVISION,................

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

Shri __. R__. A__. G __.,)

age........ years, occupation...........,)

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

)Versus

  1. Shri____ A____ J____ N __.,)

    age..... years, occupation................,)

  2. Shri DAN,)

    age......years, occupation...................)

  3. Shri____ V____ A____ G __,)

    age......years, occupation..................,)

  4. Smt.____ G____ V____ G_,)

    age......years, occupation..................,)

    all residents of.......................................)

    District.................)

    Civil Suit No. __/200_

    Plaintiff

    Defendants

    A SUIT FOR CANCELLATION OF THE INSTRUMENT

    The plaintiff abovenamed submits this plaint, praying to state as

    follows:

  5. Description of Property : All that pieces and parcels of land situate within the Registration Division & District................, Sub-Division &........................., within the local limits of the................ Zilla Parishad, revenue village...........i, bearing S. Nos........................, totally admeasuring....................... or thereabouts.

  6. The Pedigree : That the pedigree is as follows:

    That the defendant No. 1 is the father of the plaintiff and the defendant Nos. 2 and 3, while the defendant No. 2 and the plaintiff are the real brothers and the defendant No. 3 is their sister, while the defendant No. 4 is the husband of the defendant No. 3 and the son-in-law of the defendant No. 1.

  7. That the properties described in para 1 above along with other properties were and are ancestral properties of the Hindu joint family consisting of the plaintiff and the defendant Nos. 1 and. The defendant No. 1 has two sons, namely the present plaintiff and the defendant No. 2, and three daughters, namely Smt. MNJ, Smt. PMM and Smt. the defendant No. 3.

  8. That the daughters are married long back, and they are not dependenton the family, nor are they the members of the family.

  9. That the defendant No. 1 is an old man deriving a large income from the family properties and he does not have any need for any additional money. The defendant No. 2 is a teacher and earning sufficiently for his own maintenance.

  10. That, however, the defendants unnecessarily developed enmity towards the plaintiff.

  11. That taking the benefit of the fact that since the plaintiff is in the employment of the Government of........................ working as a Deputy Engineer, he is required to stay away from the village, and he is not in a...

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