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Marriage and Divorce Laws of the World

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Published: 1911
Language: English
Wordcount: 65,573 / 213 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 42.2
LoC Category: K
Downloads: 1,183
Added to site: 2011.11.03 30956
Genre: Instructional

A summary of the laws of the principal countries of the world.

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t and the statute laws of Belgium and England being conspicuous exceptions to the rule. Usually the domicile of the husband is the place where the action must be instituted, but in the United States of America a wife may acquire a separate domicile from that of her husband if he has given her cause for divorce.

Divorces of domiciled foreigners are granted in several countries of Europe, provided the cause relied on is a cause for divorce in the native country of the parties, and in most continental countries divorces of natives are granted, whether domiciled in their native country or not, the foundation of jurisdiction being nationality, not domicile. Practically in all countries the exercise of jurisdiction for divorce is not affected by the fact that marriage was celebrated in or out of the country.

The causes for divorce are varied in kind and in number. In some countries of Europe mutual consent is a sufficient cause under certain restrictions. The number of causes for divorce in Europe var



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