1) Police cannot interfere in civil disputes unless and until the FIR is filed under Section 154 of Cr.P.C.
2) More so when a suit is pending before the parties in a Civil court, Police Cannot Interfere.
3) The Supreme Court also repeatedly laid down that when the dispute between the two citizens is of civil nature and no crime is registered, police have no jurisdiction to interfere in the civil dispute.
4) Further, when there is a civil litigation either before the court of law or before the tribunal, the police have no jurisdiction to interfere in the civil disputes, Further, when there is a civil litigation either before a court of law or before a tribunal, the police cannot interfere and even if a complaint is made in relation to such dispute pending in a civil court, the citizens have to be advised to resolve the dispute through a duly constituted court of law.
Leading case laws : J LAKSHMI VS. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE, Andhra Pradesh High COurt.
5) In the event of Police issuing you a notice u/s 41 A of Cr.P.C or calling you to the police station, you should keep the case papers ready and submit to the police that the civil case is already pending and hence the matter is sub-judice.
DO NOT WORRY.
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