Application by husband and wife for Divorce by mutual consent Hindu Marriage Act, 1955


Important points
  1. All petitions related to family matters such as divorce, restitution of conjugal rights, adoption, child custody, etc are filed before Family Court. There is a family court for each district and it is at the same level as the District Court. If no Family Court has been set up for a district, a petition may be filed in the District Court.
  2. The petition for such matter is to be submitted directly by the applicants. No advocate is allowed. [For a applicant to appear through advocate, a special permission from court is required.]



Before the Principal Judge, Family Court at Indore

Divorce Petition No. ... / 2009
A. B. s/o B. C.
123, A B Road, Indore, MP                            .........................................  Petitioner 1

M. N. s/o O. P.
456, A B Road, Indore, MP                            .........................................  Petitioner 2


Application for Divorce by husband and wife under S. 13-B of H M Act, 1955.

The aformentioned parties beg to state as under:-
  1. That the parties to this present petition are both by religion and faith Hindus and they were married per Hindu rites/customs at Indore on 10/10/2006 and the said marriage is still existing. They are of age above 21 years.
  2. That ever since the marriage, the petitioners did not live happily being of different tastes habits, ideas, and bearing and so being completely different nature and temperament. 
  3. That the petitioners could never adjust themselves even for some days and so had no love nor heart for each other
  4. That the petitioners have no hope for reconciliation between them in future.
  5. That the parties last lived/cohabited at Indore, within the jurisdiction of this court.
  6. On 10/10/2008 respondent, of own and out of free will broke the matrimonial home and withdrew herself from the company of said petitioner 1 and since then she has been residing and living at her father's house.
  7. That both the parties have decided to dissolve the marriage.
  8. That except as hereunder stated there were no other proceedings between parties.
  9. That the above petition is bona fide and not presented in collusion between the parties.
  10. That there is every legal ground in granting the relief.
Your petitioners hence pray for a decree of dissolution of marriage by mutual consent under section 13B of the Hindu Marriage Act 1955.


Place: ………………….                                                                            (Signature of the Petitioner 1)
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Place: ………………….                                                                            (Signature of the Petitioner 2)
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Verification
 
 I, A. B s/o B. C., do hereby verify that the contents from paras 1 to 9 are correct and true to the best of my knowledge and personal belief and no part of it is false and nothing material has been concealed therein. Affirmed at Indore this 4th Day of September 2009.

(Signature)
Petitioner 2

Verification
 
 I, A. B w/o B. C., do hereby verify that the contents from paras 1 to 9 are correct and true to the best of my knowledge and personal belief and no part of it is false and nothing material has been concealed therein. Affirmed at Indore this 4th Day of September 2009.

(Signature)
Petitioner 2