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saraswathi subramaniam   19 January 2019

Family Court

Respected Sir/Madam

Kindly explain me what is meant by Chief of the Petitioner in Divorce petition


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498A Victim   19 January 2019

chief examination affidavit should be filed by petitioner

Adv.Balachander Reddy (High Court Advocate IPR Attorney and RTI Activist)     19 January 2019

Chief Examination of Petitioner.

saraswathi subramaniam   19 January 2019

It is showing in the next hearing if the family court. It's by the Petitioner, but I want to know what is meant by that. What is the purpose of the order

SOLOMON.RAJ (advocate/director)     19 January 2019

Mrs S subramanian

Petitioner is the one who files a divorce petition before the court and it is
alwayscontesting one.

Chief affidavit is some thing secondary after the main petition for dissolution of marriage is filed which is primary.

The one who petitions for divorce need to mandatorily file a petition in the form of A CHIEF AFFIFDAVIT where he states all the brief facts and averments under oath before the court deapite stating every thing in the original petition without am oath.

After the chief affidavit is filed the defendants counsel will cross examine the petitioner.


the complainant who is the wife shestill retains the right to file a case at any given point of time if the differences arise between both .Hence it is suggested that you contest the case.

Solomon Raj
Advocate High Coutts of AP &TS
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saraswathi subramaniam   19 January 2019

Thanks for the response. Here the Petitioner is husband

Shashi Dhara   20 January 2019

Don't thing much about it. Usimply attend court regularly and watch the court proceedings.slowly u will understand it and become expert and then after wards u can guide for newcomersdont take serious about proceedings if you take serious u become full mental.

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