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How can a spouse defend himself against a fault divorce?

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Answered by Rachel Green
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A spouse can defend himself against a fault divorce on the following grounds:
(a) Connivance- It is a defense against adultery or alleges the other spouse that he/she participated in the infidelity.
(b) Condonation- It is a defense stating that the other spouse forgave the complained conduct and resumed the marital relationship.
(c) Recrimination- It is a defense when both the spouses are equally at fault or engaged in similar
conduct.
(d)Provocation- It is a defense stating that the complaining spouse have him/her to act in a certain way.
(e) Collusion- It is a conditions whereby both the spouses agreed with each other to fabricate the grounds of divorce. 
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