unreasonable behaviour

unreasonable behaviour

n
(Law) law conduct by a spouse sufficient to cause the irretrievable breakdown of a marriage
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This unreasonable behaviour of the weather, however, could displease no one else in Hayslope besides Mr.
Adultery, unreasonable behaviour, desertion and long-term separation are all circumstances that justify a divorce.
If you feel that your wife is likely to deny having an affair, it would be simpler to petition her for divorce on the basis of her unreasonable behaviour. You will need to cite examples of her unreasonable behaviour and this is where you can state the nightclub incident and text messages.
Defence counsel Taylor Campbell said, Clarke, of Silverstream Avenue, apologised for his "unreasonable behaviour".
Each accuses the other of unreasonable behaviour, judge Sarah Gibbons heard at the Central Family Court in London yesterday.
ATHIRD of divorcees lie about cheating, a partner's unreasonable behaviour and length of separation to get their divorce through the courts, a study has found.
Paperwork showed Louise had filed for divorce and claimed the marriage had irretrievably broken down because of Jamie's "unreasonable behaviour".
behaviour reasons get divorced In fact, while adultery was the most common reason that men sought divorce back then, now that has changed to unreasonable behaviour.
Just as we need to address any issues of unreasonable behaviour, bullying, harassment or discrimination in our communities, we also need to do this in our workplaces.
Frankly, you have let this unreasonable behaviour go on for too long.
Analysis of more than 5m divorce cases has shown that claims of unreasonable behaviour have rocketed, the study revealed.