section 165 evidence act? how does that work in matrimonial suits?ex?
i need to underdtand if the court do not following the procedural measures laid down u/s 165 evidence act as described in the judgment Ved Prakash Karbanda vs Vimal Bindal decided by Delhi High Court on 8th March 2013 RFA no. 83/2007. That Hon?ble High Court of Delhi in ?Sangeeta Vij Vs. Sanjay Vij? judgement (Case No-MATA No-33/2010 and CM No-4727/2010 & 18975/2011) explicitly referred to the procedural measures to be followed by the sub-ordinate courts in case of concealment of material facts being a contention that surface in any matrimonial disputes related to maintenance.
Hi, could you please provide more clarity on your question? Do you want to know whether the Court can follow the procedure laid down u/s 165 in matrimonial suits or what are the consequences in case the court fails to do so?
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