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Old 07-03-2018, 09:47 AM   #1
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Hi,

My daughter's divorse case is in the trial court. Case is not started yet. Lets say whatever judgement comes in this court, either my daughter or son-in-law would apply to the high court. Even after the judgement comes in high court, one of them can go to supreme court.

My question is once applied to high court/supreme court, the judgement in lower court becomes invalid? lets say if the high court orders husband/wife to pay some amount to the other. After applying to supreme court, no need to act on the high court judgement?

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I wish to inform you that unless the Order is stayed by the Court or is outside the period of appeal, the lower Court Order may be enforced on filing an application for enforcement. You may contact an attorney and seek guidance.

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In this case as the case is pending before a trial court the parties could not approach high court or supreme court with regard to the same court. The higher courts will return the case to the trial court without a hearing.
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In this case as the case is pending before a trial court the parties could not approach high court or supreme court with regard to the same court. The higher courts will return the case to the trial court without a hearing.
I think the original question was assuming the trial court is over and a judgment has been given. And then what happens next if an appeal is done...
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Yes, the question is assuming case is over in trial court and going on in high court/supreme court.

What happens to the judgement given in trial court? if case is in high court.
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