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FINAL DIVORCE DECREE [1 record]

Record 1 2013-11-15

English

Subject field(s)
  • Decisions (Practice and Procedural Law)
  • Citizenship and Immigration
  • Family Law (civil law)
CONT

In a divorce action, the order of the court granting the divorce in the first instance is called a decree nisi, and is subsequently followed by a final order called decree absolute. Ordinarily, a period of three months should elapse between the pronouncement of the decree nisi and the decree absolute ...

French

Domaine(s)
  • Décisions (Droit judiciaire)
  • Citoyenneté et immigration
  • Droit de la famille (droit civil)

Spanish

Campo(s) temático(s)
  • Decisiones (Derecho procesal)
  • Ciudadanía e inmigración
  • Derecho de familia (derecho civil)
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