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co-respondent

(ˌkəʊrɪˈspɒndənt)
n
(Law) law a person cited in divorce proceedings, who is alleged to have committed adultery with the respondent
ˌco-reˈspondency n
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.co-respondent - the codefendant charged with adultery with the estranged spouse in a divorce proceeding
codefendant, co-defendant - a defendant who has been joined together with one or more other defendants in a single action
Translations

co-respondent

[ˈkəʊrɪsˈpɒndənt] N (Jur) → codemandado/a m/f

co-respondent

n (Jur) → Mitbeklagte(r) or Dritte(r) mf (im Scheidungsprozess), → Scheidungsgrund m (hum)

co-respondent

[ˈkəʊrɪsˈpɒndənt] n (Law) → correo/a (di adulterio)
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