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03 Dec 07 #8305 by Moonlight07
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Does anybody know, can I put two grounds itno petition, as they folowed one another unreasonable behaviour and then adultery?

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03 Dec 07 #8338 by gone1
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I would go for the adultery. Thats all you really need. Chris.

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03 Dec 07 #8355 by Camberwick green
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Suspected adultery can be used as a reason for UB i believe too so i you want to name both it could be the avenue.. sorry to disagree with Chris.
UB can cause more bad feeling and anger theother party more though so weigh up the pro's and cons!

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03 Dec 07 #8359 by attilladahun
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Generally it is possible as the adultery if pleaded can be an element of unreasonable behaviour but I question why tactically you want to do this.

If say H provides a confession statement before the proceedings and he agrees to pay your costs what is the point??? You don't even have to name a Co Respondent the adultery can be against an un named person.

If the issue is say costs and he refuses to admit adultery then proceed with Unreasonable behaviour.

If you have evidence of a close association but have no proof of the actual adultery then sure include details of the association but dont name the other party as it will overcomplicate matters.

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