The tone of happy and unexpected rejoinders is slightly higher and faster than the other rejoinders. Sad retorts should be shorter and more deliberate (otherwise they sound insincere).

  • Consider the scenario to which you are reacting.
  • If the letter is professional, ensure sure it is formatted correctly.
  • If you're writing a letter to clear up a misunderstanding, always use a positive tone.
  • Don't always try to add your two cents.

Write your retort in plain English that is basic, obvious, and direct. Not the assessor, but the College of Experts should get your rebuttal. Keep in mind that College members may not be specialists in your subjects, so avoid using jargon or complicated language. Answer all of the questions and criticisms raised by your assessors.

The petitioner's response to the respondent's counter affidavit is called a rejoinder affidavit. A rejoinder affidavit may include a response to the respondent's answer to the additional facts mentioned in his affidavit. The Rejoinder is a response to the Opposing Party's Counter.

A reply is only permissible in two cases under Civil P. 7(a): to a counterclaim designated as such, or on court order to an answer or a third-party answer. 4. Rejoinder – In common-law pleading, the defendant's second pleading, which is his response to the plaintiff's replication.

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