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Old 04-27-2016, 07:21 AM
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does anyone know of how to dismiss a court hearing after partners have reconciled but do it uourself as the accused in person?


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The best thing to do is to either talk to you lawyer if you have one. Otherwise you can call the court and ask them what to do. Normally they will ask you to write to the court and let them know what has happened and that you no longer need to go to court over the matter.

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Hi Could you let me know how do we do this at the Magistrates court in Wa, he has dropped the bail conditions but the trial is due to take place. we have reconciled and due to get married now. If you could tell if there is a form we need to fill out or anything?

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does anyone know of how to dismiss a court hearing after partners have reconciled but do it uourself as the accused in person?
I doubt that the accused could do it themselves. I would assume that whoever started the proceedings would need to be the one that contacted the court to change anything.

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This is an immigration forum. I don't think we would have too many members who would have experience with WA court proceedings.

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Court case will certainly affect the partner visa at a later stage,,u need to provide all evidence of genuine relationship (12 months for de facto)


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i m married to him


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i m married to him
Marriage certificate is just only one piece of documents to DIBP for genuine relationship,, u probably need much more evidence to show that you are living in a genuine continuing relationship with your partner


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This is an immigration forum. I don't think we would have too many members who would have experience with WA court proceedings.
Hi Maggie-May . I recently had dealings with the Western Australian Magistrates Court as I had to chase a client for payment of fees. The guy prayed up just before the date of the hearing. I called the court and they informed me how to formally cancel the hearing process. They were very helpful. I suggest Pryanka20 does the same.

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hi jeremy i will give this a try as civil and criminal proceedings are not the same.


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