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Divorce Dismissal

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22 Feb 08 #14689 by omosola
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How do i go about dismissing a divorce or nullity petition which was filed in less than a year.

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22 Feb 08 #14694 by attilladahun
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Make an application on notice to dismiss on notice

Form is here:

www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk/courtfinder/forms/d11_1298.pdf

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for an order:
1. Dismissing the Peition issued herein given the marriage is only of less than one year's duration
2 There be no order as to costs
3. and that the original marriage certificate be returned to the Petitioner"

If H will sign the Application to agree the fee is only £30 otherwise the application fee is £80!

That should do the trick:)

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22 Feb 08 #14775 by omosola
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On the D11 form .does it have to be signed by a solicitor where it says From the solicitor of to solicitor of and what is the approximate time to be put for hearing.
Thanks.

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26 Feb 08 #15065 by mkeen61267
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The fee is actually £40.00 not £30.00

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