FAMILY COURT APPEAL NO. 47 OF 2007.
Smt.Inumati Ramchandra Deo …. ….. …. Respondent.
As stated herein above though the respondent has denied the writing and the execution of these documents, she was thoroughly cross examined touching the said documents by the advocate for the appellant. From the answers given by the respondent wife to the questions put in searching cross examination by advocate for the husband it can be seen that she has tried to contend that she is not sure as to whether the writing and the signature on the said documents belong to her. The court on comparison of the signatures which could be said to be disputed signatures at Exs.37 to 39 with admitted signatures of the respondent wife has come to a definite conclusion that the writings so also the signature on Exs.37 to 39 are that of the respondent 4 wife. The family court has also obtained specimen of writing and signature of the respondent wife and after comparing the same with the admitted writing and signature has reached the definite conclusion that the said three documents are executed by the respondent wife herself. What is stated by the applicant in the application and the affidavit is that she is educated woman industrialist and has past experience of running an industry so also experience of service rendered prior in point of o time. Touching her income and the sources from which she is receiving the same it is categorically mentioned that she owns one Laxmi Store from which monthly income is Rs.1200 to 1500/.
The view taken is very much possible view. It does not call for any interference.