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20 Sep 07 #3723 by mrmr9090
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My Decree Nisi arrived in the post this afternoon. Unfortunately however it did not contain the form D61 (order supplimentary to decree nisi). I have tried looking on the hmcourts website, but I have had no luck. Does anyone know where I can obtain a copy without having to travel all the way to the court?

Thanks in advance

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21 Sep 07 #3742 by gone1
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Ok after a quick google I found this link. Here

At the bottom of the page is says this:

"If you asked, that the respondent (or any named co-respondent) pay the cost of your divorce and the court agreed, you will also be sent a form D61 (order supplementary to decree nisi). A copy will also be sent to the respondent (and the named co-respondent)."

It could be that you are not going to pay the costs if you have not got the form D61. But I would ring the court before you spend the dosh on that weekend in Paris ;)


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