Insolvency petition related
It is a promissory note case.
The court has declared it's verdict against me. But I have no assets. Can I go for insolvency petition? What are the consequences I have to face? Is there any arrest because I am not appealing the decree. Please guide me..
Asked 2 months ago in Civil Law from Palacole, Andhra Pradesh
1) on decree being passed in summary suit plaintiff will take out execution proceedings against you
2) they will seek to attach your bank account , or any property owned by you
3) if you dont have any property plaintiff can seek arrest and detention of the judgment-debtor;
4) the Court shall issue a notice to the judgment debtor before issuing a
warrant of his arrest in execution of the decree unless the Court is satisfied, by affidavit or
otherwise, that the judgment-debtor is likely to abscond or leave the limits of the jurisdiction of
the Court with the object or effect of delaying the execution of the decree.
5) you can declare your self insolvent if you are unable to pay your debts
In the money suit civil case if the judgment is agaisnt you then for enforcement of decree the decree holder will file an execution petition against the judgment debtor.
Then it becomes the duty of the petitioner to prove your means to pay the decree amount.
If there is no means then he may file petition for civil arrest for lodging you to civil jail till you pay the decree amount.
1. No you cannot circumvent a decree of recovery of money in this manner by filing an IP. How are you even an insolvent if you contested the suit for recovery? You have misunderstood the concept of insolvency.
2. You may though contest execution proceedungs.
Hell Mr.Ashish Davessar, why are you using such a language. Actually the case is a forged signature case. My father is the judgment debtor. Because we have no proof of signature to proove. So we lost the case.
First respect the client..
Thankq Mr. Ajay sethi & Mr. T Kalaiselvan
Asked 2 months ago
if signature was forged you could have examined hand writing expert to prove signature is forged
2)you can file appeal against impugned order
3) thanks for your appreciation
The judgment debtor will be subjected to the execution petition filed by the decree holder.
But it is again the burden of the decree holder to prove the means o the judgment debtor to recover the the decree amount from him.
Since the JD is not having any income or means to pay the deree amount, nothing can be extracted from him.
Then the DH should satisfy himself with a mere arrest to civil prison.
File the IP, and the judge would use more harsh language, then tell him "Hell Mr.Justice, Why you are giving such judgments". People like you who do not learn to accept discomforting but practicable and true answers on legal issues get doomed in the court like you have been doomed now. Your father being JD will be liable to sent to civil prison in execution proceedings if he cannot pay the decreetal amount.
Particularly you can't go with IP with decree holder, but you can go proceeds with IP with others if any body going to claim. Nothing will happen if no properties are lying in the name of Judgment Debtor. You can avoid execution of decree. The decree holder can seek attachment of property and if not, in worst case he may apply for civil prison which is not so easy. The action in civil prison cases are rare and they have to prepare for maintenance expenditure at jail.