Hi, the judge sent my case to the counsellor, the counsellor asked us to take another date and gave a slip to us and Ask to come with it next time. I have lost that slip. I don’t want know what to do now and what is the importance of that slip , and what if I am unable to produce it to the counsellor on the date at the court.

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There is nothing to worry about the misplace of the receipt. You can approach the Court clerk and ask for the same or the receipt must be with your husband / wife (other side) which you can show on the next date of the same

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