A person named as an adulterer (or third person) in a petition for divorce
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The person with whom the respondent in a divorce case is alleged to have committed adultery.
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Co`-re·spond'ent noun (Law)
One who is called upon to answer a summons or other proceeding jointly with another.
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• (n.) One who is called upon to answer a summons or other proceeding jointly with another.
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The 'other man' or 'other woman' named in the court papers for a fault divorce alleging adultery is called the co-respondent.
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A co-respondent is the person charged with adultery jointly with the defendant spouse on a divorce petition, or a joint defendant to an appeal.
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In English law, a co-respondent is, in general, a respondent to a petition, or other legal proceeding, along with another or others, or a person called upon to answer in some other way. == Divorce == More particularly, since the Matrimonial Causes Act 1857, in a petition for divorce on the ground of adultery, a co-respondent is a person charged wi
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