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Gurcharan Singh v. Manjit Kaur - FAO-M-167-M-2003  RD-P&H 10360 (13 November 2006)
IN THE HIGH COURT FOR THE STATES OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH
FAO No.167-M of 2003
Date of decision: November 08, 2006.
Present: Shri Kanwaljit Singh, Advocate for the appellant.
None for the respondent.
Surya Kant, J. (Oral)
In this matrimonial appeal, where the parties are blessed with grown up grand children, the unfortunate matrimonial dispute was resolved through the efforts made by Learned Counsel for the parties and as per the understanding arrived at between them, which is duly reflected in the order dated 26.9.2003 passed by this Court, they were persuaded to start living together.
The appeal having been taken up for final disposal, Shri Kanwaljit Singh, Learned Counsel for the appellant, states that the appellant had taken back his brief long ago and thereafter has never turned up to give fresh instructions in the matter.
It appears that the arrangement arrived at between the parties after reconciliation of their dispute, though initially made as a stop-gap arrangement, has successfully worked out and the parties might have started FAO No.167-M of 2003 -: 2 :-
Thus, there appears to be no reason to keep this appeal pending, more so when the appellant has neither appeared in person nor has he instructed any other counsel to appear on his behalf. Similarly, no one has come forward on behalf of the respondent also.
For the reasons afore-stated, I dismiss this appeal for non prosecution, however, with liberty to the appellant to get it revived, if so essentially required and/or advised, within a period of six months from today.
November 08, 2006. [ Surya Kant ]
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