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Published in:   Vol. 3 Issue 1 Date of Publication:   June 2014
Page(s):   22-25 Publisher:   Integrated Intelligent Research (IIR)
DOI:   10.20894/IJCOA. SAI : 2014SCIA316F0576

We do come across cases where the lower court verdict is reversal or appealed by higher court. This paper studiesthe differences in judgment delivered at lower and higher court on a family divorce case. This case consists ofthree stages. First stage is in family court, Hyderabad by wife Deepa against her husbandK. Srinivas Rao. Secondcase is of the wife D.A Deepa challenged the family court Judgement in the High court, Andhra Pradesh. And finally they approached Supreme Court for decree of divorce. The Criminal proceedings in family court and later appeal and further revision were pursued in higher forums whichwould warrant grant of divorce. The differences in judgment in different courts are studied using Fuzzy Multiperson Decision Making Model. Evidences and existing laws are the same but the interpretation differs. Hence the need for fuzzy approach to study the decision making process has become interpretation.