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legal question Will respondent receive the list of evidences submitted against him by the petitioner in the Court summon for First hearing ?

legal answer from lawyer E00303568yes you are absolutly right and you will recieved each and every document filed by petitioner.



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legal answer from lawyer E00312041See there are stages of trial of divorce petition
1.petitioner files petition
2.summons issued to respondent
With summons Respondent receives copy of petition along with documents submitted by petitioner
3.Respondent appears in court and files his reply i.e written statement in court
4. There are counselling sessions in divorce cases which are compulsory
5. Sometimes divorce cases gets resolved in counselling sessions
6.If there is no progress in counselling sessions then only evidence is filed by petitioner. Evidence means original documents filed on oath before court with exhibits assigned to it.
Generally petitioner files same document at the time of evidence with some additional documents. Copy is served to respondent too.
But evidence is not submitted at the time of first hearing or at the time of summons



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legal answer from lawyer E00297874The question is not clear



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legal answer from lawyer E00311974Before the stage of first hearing date itself, the respondent will receive the summons, your petition copy, list of documents copy etc. So that he can know your pleadings and after appearence he will answer to your petition.. ok.
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legal answer from lawyer E00300403 I am advocate Kunal Sharma 05 years of expertise in law field. I dealt with the type of case mentioned above and had a good graph of knowledge and practice in the mentioned relevant cases. Please do contact me with the details for the proper advice and guidance related to the case at your end ..And for the speedy disposal of your case..



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legal answer from lawyer E00019212May be possible .



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