10. (1) When the written statement is filed, the Family Court shall fix a date ordinarily of not more than thirty days for a pre-trial hearing of the suit.
(2) On the date fixed for pre-trial hearing, the Court shall examine the plaint, the written statement [* * *] and documents filed by the parties and shall also, if it so deems fit, hear the parties.
(3) At the pre-trial hearing, the Court shall ascertain the points at issue between the parties and attempt to effect a compromise or reconciliation between the parties, if this be possible.
(4) If no compromise or reconciliation is possible, the Court shall frame the issues in the suit and fix a date [ordinarily of not more that thirty days] for recording evidence.
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