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co-respondent

Law a person cited in divorce proceedings, who is alleged to have committed adultery with the respondent
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The motion dated and filed on February 23, 2018, was brought pursuant to sections 6(6)(a) and 36(1) of the 1999 constitution and section 15 of the Court of Appeal, seeking for an order joining Umeh and APGA as co-respondents (5th and 6th) in the appeal.
Mr Clattenburg appeared at the Moot Hall hearing with co-respondent Susan Clegg, a director of MC Electrical Services Ltd, to face claimant Jarel UK Ltd.
Even in this post-Alan Patridge era, many golfers continue to believe that pastel slacks, a bold-coloured tank top, a flat cap and co-respondent shoes add up to a pretty chic look.
Lord Palmerston, known behind his back as Lord Cupid, was cited as co-respondent in a divorce case, having forged a relationship at the age of 79 with a Mrs O'Kane.
Fr Denis O'Haran's role as co-respondent in the Coningham divorce scandal at the turn of the 20th century is painted in black and white terms.
Bulls do not get you cited as co-respondent in Society divorce trials.
He was also entangled with a variety of lovers, most notably Enoch Mulira's wife, who bore him at least two children, leading Mulira to name the Kabaka as a co-respondent in his divorce case.
Notably, he was co-respondent in a divorce case in 1921 (one of the earliest).
One such case concerned the whereabouts of a `hot-gospel' Senator for Tasmania, George Foster, cited as co-respondent in a divorce action in Victoria in 1921, who failed to attend sittings in 1923--25 and was sought by the federal Taxation Office.
Miss Turner, who fronts ITV's Wish You Were Here, was named as co-respondent.
Besides Garcia, the Ombudsman ordered her co-respondent, former provincial accountant
Joined as co-respondent in the suit is the head of the panel of inquiry on whose report the reform was carried out, Justice Boade.