• 498a maintenance case

Hi,
My wife is still working for her IT company. But she mentioned that she is not working. usually if you do for long time in the same company they will give 1 year leave if wanted.
So, now my doubt is 
1. How Can I prove that she is employee and on long leave? Is there any procedure I can follow legally to prove this? Because her lawyer is changeling us to prove that she is employee or working.
 Please help.
Asked 1 year ago in Criminal Law from United States
Religion: Hindu
1. During trial you can summon the company officials to prove her employment. You can send them legal notice also and if they reply the legal notice you can inform the same to court.
2. You can submit her ITR also, if you have as the same reflects her employment.
Devajyoti Barman
Advocate, Kolkata
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1. Even during the leave period the employee remains on the roll of the company. 

2. To prove that she is working in the IT company you can issue a lawyer's notice to the IT company to furnish the required details. Alternatively, you may avail the services of a detective agency. The first mode can be more effective.
Ashish Davessar
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If you know the name and address of the company, in which she is working, you can file application under Sec. 91 of Cr. P. C. to court requesting to issue summons to her employer to produce documents relating to her employment and her salary details.

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It is advisable to issue a legal notice seeking details if the employee i.e. your wife is still employed or is on the pay roll of the company. Or if you feel comfortable then a detective agency could be hired to accumulate data regarding your wife's occupation.
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1. Engage a private detective/investigating agency to find out the fact from the earlier employer of your wife,

2. They will collect all details of the facts with evidence,

3. Being armed with the said imformation you can pray for a direction upon the Court to produce the details of the facts in connection with your wife's employment before the Court.
Krishna Kishore Ganguly
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Dear Querist
if you know the detail of the employer then file an application before court for summoning the employer with all the detail of her.
the employer is bound to follow the direction of the court and came with all the documentary proof regarding her employment and last salary.

file an application u/s 106 of Indian Evidence act-1872
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1. It depends on how your lawyer persues and contests the cases filed by you or filed against you,

2. NBo body can predict what will be the Judgement. You shall have to fight fittingly then only you can expect favourable result,

3. Most of the 498A cases filed have ben proved to be false by Indian Courts. Have faith on our judiciary,

4. You shall have to file a quash petition after charge shtte is filed in connection with the said case.
Krishna Kishore Ganguly
Advocate, Kolkata
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1. You can continue your defence in all the cases. How long it is likely to take for the court to decide the cases depends on variable local factors such as pendency of cases, judge-population ratio, etc.

2. Nobody can foretell you the judgment of the court. The courts do not rely on anybody's words as gospel truth. Be patient and take your defence to a logical conclusion.

3. You will lose your job and also go to jail if the court rules against you. 

4. Since your parents are also named by your wife they too have no other choice except to defend themselves in the court. 
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