- Before reply you should know that :
- Mutual Consent Divorce granted by foreign Court is considered as valid, legal and binding in Indian Courts by virtue of section 13 and 14 of CPC and also on account of comity of Nations.
- If the matter is contested between parties in US Court, and after due adjudication and trial, divorce is granted, then it will be valid and binding in India.
- If,the matter is uncontested, one party comes back to India where marriage had taken place and contest proceedings in India, divorce as granted by US Court will not be applicable in India.
- Furtner, Ex-parte decree of Divorce granted by US Court will also not be recognized by Indian Court.Ex-parte means , One party divorce.
- However , if either of you , will file a case in India , and after the service of summon of the court , if opposite party fails to appear before the court , then the petitioner will get ex-parte decree in his favour , and this decree is very much valid for all purposes.
1. If a case under 498a filed by her , then the persons against whom she will file the case , will have to take bail order from the court. Even you are not living in India.
- If she never resides with your family members in India, then her case will not maintainable in India and also DV case as well.
- Yes, the dismissal cases will help for the quashing of 498a charges in India.