A Suit for Partition in the Court of the Civil Judge

Updated at:March 2010
 
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Civil Suit No....................................................................................................... /200.

Shri SI __.(Full Name)____________ Plaintiff

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

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

Versus

Shri _F__ (Full Name)____________________

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

Smt. _M_ (Full Name) _

age....... years, occupation -...................,Shri _S2_. (Full Name)___________________

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

Address ................................................. Defendant

A SUIT FOR PARTITION

The plaintiff abovenamed submits this plaint, praying to state as follows:

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

    F (Defendant No. 1)

    M (Defendant No. 2)

    SI (Plaintiff) S2 (Defendant No. 3)

    That the defendant No. 1 is the father of the plaintiff and the defendant No. 3 and husband of the defendant No. 2, while the defendant No. 2 is the mother of the plaintiff and the defendant No. 3, and the plaintiff and the defendant No. 3 are full/real brothers.

  2. Description of Property : All that piece and parcel of land situate within the Registration Division & District.............., Sub-Division & Taluka Haveli, within the local limits of the.............. Municipal Corporation, ...................................., bearing Gat No. 302, admeasuring 8 hectares or thereabouts,and boundedby as follows:

    On or towards the East _ CTS No. 300,

    On or towards the South _ CTS No. 299,

    On or towards the West _ Public Road, and On or towards the North ................

  3. That the property described in para 2 above originally belonged to GF, who died in ........ 200_, and on his death, the suit property came to be devolved upon the family of the plaintiff and the defendants, and since then, the defendant No. 1 has been managing the suit property as a Karta of the joint family.

  4. That since last one and a half years, the relationship between the plaintiffs wife and the defendant No. 2 is so strained that there have been frequent quarrels, and it has finally become necessary for the plaintiff to live apart.

  5. That the plaintiff accordingly called upon the defendant No. 1, on , to effect partition, but he refused to do so.

  6. That the plaintiff submits that the defendants have been obstructing this plaintiff in his enjoyment of the suit property along with them, and this plaintiff has no other source of income except and save the suit...

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