Gurpreet Rohit Verma
Vs. Rohit Vedpal Verma  INSC 38 (12 January 2009)
JURISDICTION TRANSFER PETITION (CIVIL) NO. 823 OF 2004 :VERSUS:
The parties hereto
have arrived at a settlement. A Memorandum of Settlement has been filed by the
parties which is taken on record and accepted.
An application for
dissolution of marriage by mutual consent has also been filed by the parties.
As prayed for by the learned counsel for the parties, we in exercise of our
jurisdiction under Article 142 of the Constitution of India direct that a
decree for dissolution of marriage, by mutual consent, in terms of Section 13B
of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 is passed. Let a formal decree be drawn by the
Family Court at Bandra, Mumbai.
-2- Mr. Upadhyay,
learned counsel for the respondent states that in terms of paragraph 7 of the
settlement, all the requisite documents, including a demand draft for
Rs.3,00,000/- drawn in favour of the petitioner and two original letters in the
handwriting of the petitioner, have been handed over to Mr. Sunil Kumar Jain,
learned counsel for the petitioner, the receipt whereof is admitted and
The transfer petition
is disposed of accordingly.
(Dr. MUKUNDAKAM SHARMA)