Judgements On Passport Revocation/Impoundment

Here are a few judgments that relate to passport impoundment and revocation.

At least one is a 498A.

A bunch of guys run a blog and they have some useful info on this topic.

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1 Response to “Judgements On Passport Revocation/Impoundment”

  1. 1 Rahul April 23, 2015 at 2:51 am

    Meri patni pahle se 2 bar divorci he,mere se tisri shadi he,meri shadi ko 6 year ho chuke he,meri bhi ye 2marriage he,meri 1bivi savargvasi ho gayi thi , mera esi patni se
    6year ka boy bhi he, meri patni shadi ke bad se hi larhti
    Rahti he,depression me bhi he, shadi ke mujhe pata chala
    Depres. Ka, me ab larhne &j aghrhne ki vajah se bahut
    Pareshan hokar ab me divorce dena chahta hu, kya muje mera beta mil sakta he divo. Ke bad,&divorce ho sakta
    Meri shadi ko 6 year 8 month ho chuke he.
    He, plz rpl sugg. Me


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