After recording his statement at a Delhi Court on Friday, Singer Honey Singh assured the court that he would not create any third-party rights on his UAE Property.
The court vacated the status quo order issued on September 15, 2021.
The court had restrained Honey Singh from alienating or creating any third-party interest owned directly or through his companies on the last hearing date.
It directed him to file all the documents of his companies registered abroad and other details. The same was not filed on Friday by Honey Singh.
Senior Advocate Rebecca John who appeared for Honey Singh, submitted that a court of law hearing a domestic matter cannot pass an order pertaining to a company.
It was also argued that a restraint on the business could not be created. After due arguments, the Metropolitan Magistrate Tania Singh recorded the assurance/statement of the counsel appearing for Honey Singh to the effect that he will not create any third party rights/sell his property in UAE, and will also file the company documents and on this assurance, accordingly vacated the status quo order issued on the last date of hearing.
Meanwhile, the counsel for Honey Singh assured that they will not sell the identified villa in the meantime and will also file all documents about his companies registered abroad by the next date of hearing.
Honey Singh was represented by Rebecca John, Senior Advocate assisted by Ishaan Mukherjee, Pragati Banka, Arjun Parashar from Asia Law Offices. Shalini Talwar (Wife of Yo Yo Honey Singh) was represented by Sandeep Kapur, Sr. Partner, Apoorva Pandey, and GG Kashyap from Karanjawala & Co.
Earlier, the same court had issued a notice to Bollywood Singer Yo Yo Honey Singh on a new application filed by his wife to restrain him from creating third-party rights on immovable and movable assets owned by him or through his companies in UAE.
In a new application, Wife Shalini Talwar submitted that Honey Singh, a world-renowned Rapper/Singer/Music Director for many of his shows and endorsements abroad, receives payments/remunerations in his overseas bank accounts.
For the said purpose, he has incorporated several companies abroad and has also bought several properties abroad. The application stated that Honey Singh had executed a General Power of Attorney dated November 19, 2019, duly registered in UAE (United Arab Emirates) in favor of the applicant/Shalini Talwar, giving her rights and control over all his movable and immovable assets, situated in UAE.
The court was hearing a complaint case filed against the Bollywood singer by his wife under the “Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act.”
The plea stated, “Honey Singh and others also criminally intimidated the applicant (wife), caused her extreme duress and torture. The applicant (wife) has suffered immense pain and hurt from the respondents throughout the marriage. As stated, the entire events show that the respondents have indulged in cruelty, physical, mental, sexual, economic, and have tortured the Applicant’s wife immensely. As such, the Applicant’s wife is entitled to a compensation of ₹ 20 Crores from the respondents.”
The complainant urged the court to pass a protection order under section 18 of Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2005 and directed the singer to pay compensation under the provision of the PWDV Act 2005 and to release the Stridhan and other material.
Shalini has also sought to assist the protection officers and the police to her for implementation and execution of the orders as passed in her favor and against the respondents.
The matter is now listed for further arguments on September 28, 2021.
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