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Application to withdraw petition because of reconciliation

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NOTE: Complete and send related item "Consent order to withdraw divorce proceedings due to reconciliation" with this application. This precedent should be used where the petition and the respondent have become reconciled and the petitioner wishes to withdraw the application. It is assumed that if the parties are reconciled, the respondent will consent to the application being withdrawn, thereby avoiding the need to make an application on notice.

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Published: 27/02/2012
This item is reviewed, and was last reviewed on 04/04/2012

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