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RESPONDENT’S STATEMENT PETITION BY HUSBAND FOR A DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

RESPONDENT’S STATEMENT IN ANSWER TO PETITION BY HUSBAND FOR A DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

In the Court of ……the…. day of…… Between A.B., petitioner,……..C.B, respondent, and………………. X.Y.,co-respondent. 

C.B., the respondent, by D.E. her attorney (or vakil) in answer to the petition of A.B. says that she denies that she has on diverse or any occasions committed adultery with X.Y., as alleged in the third paragraph of the said petition.

Wherefore the respondent prays that this (Hon’ble) Court will reject the said petition.

(Signed) C.B.

CO-RESPONDENT’S STATEMENT IN ANSWER TO PETITION BY HUSBAND FOR A DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

In the (High) Court of ……….

The …. day of …… Between A.B., petitioner, ……C.B., respondent, and ……X.Y. co-respondent.

X.Y., the co-respondent, in answer to the petition filed in this cause, sayeth that he denies that he committed adultery with the said C.B. as alleged in the said petition.

Wherefore the said X.Y. prays that this (Hon’ble ) Court will reject the prayer of the said petitioner and order him to pay the costs of and incident to the said petition.

(Signed) X.Y.

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