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Both spouses must mutually agree to seek a divorce; both spouses need to jointly file a petition for divorce in the family court. They mutually agreed to end the marriage and have lived separately for at least a year. The family court may grant the divorce after six months and after it is satisfied that the parties have genuinely settled their differences.

There are no specific grounds for divorce by mutual consent in India. The only requirement is that the spouses have been living separately for a continuous period of one year or more and have mutually agreed to dissolve the marriage.

Yes, it is possible to withdraw the petition for divorce by mutual consent in India after it has been filed, provided both parties agree to do so. But remember that the petition must be withdrawn before the court grants the divorce.

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FIR is a written document prepared by the Police when they receive information about the
commission of a cognizable offence. It is a report of information that reaches the police first in time.

A legal document that is signed and delivered, especially one regarding the ownership of property or a legal right,.

A plaint is a statement that is declared by the plaintiff, and a written statement is a reply by the defendant to the plaint.

A civil suit means a suit relating to the right to property and the right to the post.

Substantive law means that the law determined the right and duties of the parties and procedural law
means the law relating to the disposal of the rights and duties of the parties.

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