Failed to prove divorce charges in petition
Can someone who is seeking divorce on basis of cruelty entitled to claim on the grounds that the respondent has failed to prove the charges in the counter by way of defence, against the petitioner?
You will have to prove your case in this scenario. It is only if you can prove your case, would you be granted a divorce. The fact that the respondent has failed to prove the case does not mean that you will get a divorce.
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