Section - 6 - Consent of Respondent.

    (1) For the purposes of section 2 (1) (d) the court must be satisfied that a consent to divorce has been given by the respondent only after the respondent has been given such information as will enable him to understand the consequences of his consent.

    (2) Where the only fact specified in section 2 upon which the petitioner relies in support of his petition is that mentioned in section 2 (1) (d), the court may, on application by the respondent at any time before the decree is made, dismiss the proceedings if it is satisfied that the petitioner misled the respondent, intentionally or unintentionally, about any matter which the respondent took into account in deciding to consent to the grant of a decree.