UK Family Law
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You should not cross out any of the paragraphs. If you leave them in then it does not mean you are making an application for any of the orders listed simultaneously as submitting the petition, it simply means you wish to retain your right to make those applications at a later date.
Were you to cross them out and then require an application for AR etc at a later date you would have to seek the leave of the Court first, which means it there would be extra forms to complete and it would have to be put before judge.
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