This judgment from Karnataka High Court held that the RPAD notice that was served to husband was in Marathi and as such that notice was not entered as evidence, presuming that notice was served duly on husband is erroneous.
Side Note: Knife requested 50K INR per month maintenance and trial court ordered 15K INR.
Ashok Kumar K vs S M Sharmila Rani on 8 November, 2017
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