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" Upon any such petition for the dissolution of a marriage, it shall be the duty of the court to satisfy itself, so far as it reasonably can, not only as to the facts alleged, but also whether or no the petitioner has been in any manner accessory to or... "
A Treatise of Marriage and Divorce: With the Practice and Procedure in ... - Page 108
by William Ernst Browning - 1879 - 386 pages
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 112

Edmund Burke - History - 1871
...satisfy itself, so far as it reasonably can, not only as to the facts alleged, but also whether or no the petitioner has been in any manner accessory to or conniving at the adultery, or has condoned the same, and shall also inquire into any counter-charge which may be made against...
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The Law Journal for the Year 1832-1949: Comprising Reports of Cases in the ...

Law reports, digests, etc - 1859
...satisfy itself, so far as it reasonably can, not only as to the facts alleged, but also whether or no petitioner has been in any manner accessory to or conniving at the adultery, or has condoned the same, and shall also inquire into any countercharge which may be made against the...
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Law Times, the Journal and Record of the Law and Lawyers, Volume 49

Law - 1870
...satisfy itself, so far as it reasonably can, not only as l" the facts alleged, but also whether cr no the petitioner has been in any manner accessory to or conniving at the adultery, or has condoned the same, and shall also inquire into any counter iharge which may be made against...
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The North British Review, Volumes 26-27

Allan Freer - 1857
...itself, so far as it reasonably can, not only as to the facts alleged, but also whether or no (not) the petitioner has been in any manner accessory to or conniving at the adultery, or has condoned the same, and shall also inquire into any counter-charge against the petitioner. In...
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Statutes at Large ...: (37 v.) A collection of the public general statutes ...

Great Britain - 1857
...Evidence Power to Court that the Case of the Petitioner has been proved, and shall not l Flounce find that the Petitioner has been in any Manner accessory to or dissolving' conniving at the Adultery of the other Party to the Marriage, Marriage. or has condoned...
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A Handy Book on Property Law: In a Series of Letters

Edward Burtenshaw Sugden - Real property - 1858 - 201 pages
...desertion, without reasonable excuse, for two years or upwards. If the case is proved, and the Court shall not find that the petitioner has been in any manner...of the other party to the marriage, or has condoned (or forgiven) the adultery, or that there is collusion with either of the respondents, the marriage...
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A practical treatise on divorce and matrimonial jurisdiction under the Act ...

John Fraser Macqueen, Great Britain, Great Britain. Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes - Divorce - 1858 - 187 pages
...satisfy itself, so far as it reasonably can, not only as to the Facts alleged, but also whether or no the Petitioner has been in any Manner accessory to or conniving at the Adultery, or has condoned the same, and shall also inquire into any Counter-charge which may be made against...
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Reports of Cases Decided in the Court of Probate and in the Court ..., Volume 1

Great Britain. Court of Probate, Maurice Charles Merttins Swabey, Thomas Hutchinson Tristram - Law reports, digests, etc - 1860
...section directs the Court to satisfy itself not only as to the facts alleged, but also whether or no the petitioner has been in any manner accessory to or conniving at the adultery, or has condoned the same ; and to inquire into any countercharge which may be made against the petitioner....
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A Handy Book on the New Law of Divorce and Matrimonial Causes: With the Acts ...

James Peter Byrne - Divorce - 1860 - 117 pages
...satisfy itself, so far as it reasonably can, not only as to the facts alleged, but also whether or no the petitioner has been in any manner accessory to or conniving at the adultery, or has condoned the same, and shall also inquire into any counter-charge which may be made against...
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Reports of Cases Decided in the Court of Probate: And in the Court ..., Volume 1

Maurice Charles Merttins Swabey, Thomas Hutchinson Tristram - Divorce - 1860
...section directs the Court to satisfy itself not only as to the facts alleged, but also whether or no the petitioner has been in any manner accessory to or conniving at the adultery, or has condoned the same; and to inquire into any countercharge which may be made against the petitioner....
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