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Will respondent be notified of decree absolute application (3 Posts)
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15 January, 2018 03:24PM
Will respondent be notified of decree absolute application
Bustedlanda - 15 January, 2018 03:24PM
When the petitioner applies for the final decree, will the respondent be notified somehow?
Re: Will respondent be notified of decree absolute application
davidterry - 15 January, 2018 05:28PM
No. The first the Respondent will know of it is when the decree absolute arrives. The courts do not send out notice of the application for decree nisi unless the application is by the Respondent.
Re: Will respondent be notified of decree absolute application
Bustedlanda - 16 January, 2018 09:16AM
You've been helpful, thank you.
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