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2 yrs ago

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Is appearance of parties necessary for obtaining divorce decree?

Category : Family Law

views: 357followers: 1 answers: 4


  1. 2 yrs ago

    Advocate Abhishek Goyal
    Administrative & Public Law

    In a mutual consent divorce petition the parties can be represented through a Special Power of Attorney holder as there are catena of judgments on that point. 


    In case of a contested divorce the parties can be represented through counsel but usually the courts insists that the party should be present as the nature of case is of family dispute and further if any endeavor could be made for settlement.

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  2. 2 yrs ago

    Advocate EKTA
    Civil Law

    the parties are necessary to appear but in contesting divorce if in case parties can not appear court may allow their cousel to represent them, but in mutual in neccessary for the parties to appear as they have to do some formalities.  

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  3. 2 yrs ago

    generally the parties are required to be present in the court but if the eaither of the party is not in position to come to court then they may be represented  through their counsel or the parties may appoint their attorney to present in the court. 

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  4. 2 yrs ago

    Generally, parties are required to be present before the court during first and second motion. Only in rare cases, the court allows the party to appear through counsel.

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