Can Indian Court Be Moved After Divorce Decree In The US?

This is the question that Justice Dhingra answered in his landmark judgment just a few weeks ago. The Supreme Court will now decide the answer to this question in a an NRI custody case.

Here is the link to the article by TimesOfIndia

Here is an NRI case that sort of provides an answer: Delhi HC: Beniwal Vs Beniwal 1989

Here is the order from the AP HC:  AP HC Temp Child Custody

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4 Responses to “Can Indian Court Be Moved After Divorce Decree In The US?”


  1. 1 Sujan September 29, 2007 at 12:06 am

    It will be interesting to see what Supreme court says

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  2. 2 Desi October 10, 2007 at 5:06 pm

    I hope SC will safegauard the rights of desi’s India born (settled in USA and elsewhere), whereby once a marriage takes place in india,under hindu marriage act, no court in the world except the district court in india has jurisdiction, irrespective of the
    curent citizenship/nationality.

    The USA Courts have ignored and continue to ignore the Indian Laws governing marriage and pass orders imposing their jurisdiction.

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  3. 3 Mohan August 29, 2012 at 4:53 pm

    Reply to Desi:

    When someone has renounced their Indian citizenship and became citizen of another country, they are submitting themselves to the adopted country’s laws. Why should Indians laws be enforced on them when they are no more indians.

    Because you were born in India and say you are granted Indian driver license and you rent a car in US with your Indian license + IDP, You cannot expect to drive on the left hand side of the road in US.

    One has to follow the local laws or their place of residence.

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  4. 4 later January 9, 2014 at 2:12 am

    i totally agree with you. Most of highly (un) educated women misusing the law. When some one file incorrect case then court has dismiss the case and put them in jail and also has to cancel lawyer license for atleast 10 years then things will set right in india.

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