Proceedings of the National Congress on Uniform Divorce Laws: Held at Washington, D.C., February 19, 1906 [and Adjourned Meeting ... Held at Philadelphia, Pa., November 13, 1906], Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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Harrisburg publishing Company, state printer, 1907 - Divorce
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Page 51 - At the suit of the wife when she was under the age of sixteen years at the time of the marriage, unless such marriage be confirmed by her after arriving at such age.
Page 128 - A decree nisi shall become absolute after the expiration of one year from the entry thereof, unless appealed from or proceedings for review are pending, or the court before the expiration of said period for sufficient cause, upon its own motion, or upon the application of any party, whether interested or not, otherwise orders...
Page 47 - A marriage may be annulled for any of the following causes, existing at the time of the marriage: 1. That the party in whose behalf it is sought to have the marriage annulled was under the age of legal consent, and such marriage was contracted without the consent of his or her parents or guardian, or person having...
Page 20 - ... (b.) When, since the cause of action arose, the plaintiff has become, and for at least two years next preceding the commencement of the action has continued to be, a bona fide resident of this state...
Page 114 - ... may be acquired by publication, to be followed where practicable by service upon or notice to the defendant without this state, or by additional substituted service upon the defendant within this state, as prescribed by law, under the following conditions...
Page 114 - ... a. When, at the time the cause of action arose, either party was a bona fide resident of this state, and has continued so to be down to the time of the commencement of the action; except that no action for absolute divorce shall be commenced for any cause other than adultery or bigamy, unless one of the parties has been for the two years next preceding the commencement of the action a bona fide resident of this state.
Page 119 - ... for a limited time, as shall seem just and reasonable, with a provision that in case of a reconciliation at any time thereafter, the parties may apply for a revocation or suspension of the decree ; and upon such application the court shall make such order as may be just and reasonable. SECTION 19.
Page 21 - In all uncontested cases, and in any other case where the court may deem it necessary or proper, a disinterested attorney may be assigned by the court actively to defend the case.
Page 81 - Assembly to which this is a supplement; or for the adultery of either husband or wife, or for the cause of personal abuse, or for such conduct on the part of either husband or wife as to render the condition of the other party...
Page 72 - ... render cohabitation unsafe ; or such indignities, threats, or acts of abuse, as to render the condition of the other party intolerable and life burdensome, and to force such party to separate from the other and to live apart.

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