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JUDGMENT IN DEFAULT

IN THE NAME OF UKRAINE

February XX, 20XX

Mukachevo City and District Court, Zakarpatskaya Oblast

in open court considered a civil case initiated on the grounds of the action for divorce brought by XXXXXXXXXXXXXX against XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX, and

DISCOVERED THAT:

The Plaintiff has filed a claim for termination of the marriage with Defendant that was registered on October 30, 2007 in the Vital Record Office of Mukachevo City, Mukachevo City and District Justice Department, Zakarpatskaya Oblast, register record № XXX.

The plaintiff states that the spouses do not maintain family life or marital relations. The spouses haven’t been living together since 2007. The marriage exists on paper only. Therefore, the Plaintiff wants to terminate the marriage. No children were born in the marriage.

The Plaintiff filed an application for trial in absentia and asked to satisfy his claim based on the arguments stated in the claim.

The Defendant hasn’t appeared before the court. She was duly notified of the date and the place of the hearing, which was confirmed by delivery confirmation, but did not inform the court about a valid excuse.

The court finds it possible to try the case in the absence of the defendant pursuant to Art. 169, part 4 of the Code of Civil Procedures of Ukraine based on the information and evidence contained in the materials of the case and deliver a judgment in default pursuant to Art. 224 of the Code of Civil Procedures of Ukraine.

In view of the plaintiff’s statement confirming that the plaintiff sustains the claim and after having studied the materials of the civil case the court comes to the following conclusion.

The court established that the marriage between parties was registered on October 30, 2007 in the Vital Record Office of Mukachevo City, Mukachevo City and District Justice Department, Zakarpatskaya Oblast, register record № XXX, which is certified by Marriage Certificate series XX № XXXXXX issued on October 30, 2007 (case page 6). No children were born in the marriage.

It is seen from the materials of the case that the spouses do not maintain family life or marital relations, the spouses haven’t been living together since 2007 and the marriage exists on paper only, which makes the court believe that the parties do not wish to maintain family life.

Under such circumstances the court doesn’t consider it possible for the parties to live together or maintain family life, the marriage exists on paper only; therefore the claim shall be satisfied.

Based on Art. 10, 60, 169 part 4, 208-209, 212-215, 224-233 of the Code of Civil Procedures of Ukraine, and

Based on the above and Art. 368-370, 1268 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation and Art. 10, 11, 60, 169 ч.4, 208, 209, 212-218 of the Code of Civil Procedures of Ukraine, the court does hereby

RESOLVE TO:

terminate the marriage between Plaintiff and Defendant registered on October 30, 2007 in the Vital Record Office of Mukachevo City, Mukachevo City and District Justice Department, Zakarpatskaya Oblast, register record № XXX.

Recover the state duty of seventeen (17) grivnas from Defendant at issuance of the divorce certificate by a Vital Records Office.

Release Horvath Tibor from a liability to pay the state duty.

By the defendant’s written request the judgment in default may be reviewed by the court that delivered the judgment.

A petition for review of the judgment shall be submitted within ten days from the date of receipt of a copy of the judgment.

An appeal shall be lodged within ten days from the date of the judgment. The parties of the case who were not present in court when the judgment was announced may lodge an appeal within ten days from the date of receipt of a copy of the judgment.

The judgment became effective on March 15, 2011.

Chief Judge /Signature/

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