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DEFAULT JUDGMENT

IN THE NAME OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Troitsk May 29, 2009

Justice of Peace of judicial district № XXX of Troitsk, Moscow Region

in the presence of Secretary XXXXXX,

considered a suit for divorce filed by XXXXXXXXXXXXXX against XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX in open court

DISCOVERED THAT:

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX filed a suit for divorce against XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.

The parties were duly notified of the date and the place of the hearing.

Defendant XXXXXXXXXXX didn’t appear before the court. She was duly notified of the date and the place of the hearing but did not inform the court about a valid excuse.

Plaintiff XXXXXXXXXXX didn’t appear before the court. He provided the court with a written application for hearing of the case in his absence and stated that he had no objections to hearing in absentia.

According to Art. 233 of the Code of Civil Procedures of the Russian Federation a case may be tried in absentia if the defendant does not appear before the court and the court was not informed about a valid absence excuse, provided that the defendant was duly notified of the date and the place of the hearing.

A decision of the judge to try the case in absentia was duly recorded.

The court discovered that the marriage between parties was registered on December XX, 20XX, no children were born in the marriage. The spouses do not maintain family life, don't keep the house together and don't maintain marital relations, they live separately. Maintenance of family life is impossible.

According to Article 22 of the Family Code of the Russian Federation a marriage shall be terminated in case the court establishes that the spouses can't live together and family life can't be maintained.

On the basis of the aforesaid and in accordance with Article 22 of the Family Code of the Russian Federation , Articles 194-198, 233-235, 237 of the Code of Civil Procedures of the Russian Federation the court does hereby

RESOLVE TO:

dissolve the marriage between XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX and XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX registered on December XX, 20XX at Marriage Palance №1 in Moscow, record number XXXX.

The defendant is entitled to file a petition for termination of this default judgment with the Justice of Peace who delivered this default judgment within seven days from the date of delivery of a copy of this judgment to the defendant.

This default judgment may also be appealed in Podolsk District Court within 10 days upon expiration of the period designated for filing of the petition for termination of this default judgment or within 10 days from the date of judgment of refusal to satisfy the abovementioned petition in case it was filed.

The judgment was entered into legal force on June 16, 2009.

Justice of peace /Signature/ Drobatukhin V.S.

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