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- §50-5.1. Grounds for absolute divorce in cases of incurable insanity
- §50-6. Divorce after separation of one year on application of either party
- §50-7. Grounds for divorce from bed and board
- §50-8. Contents of complaint; verification; venue and service in action by nonresident; certain divorces validated
- §50-9. Effect of answer of summons by defendant
- § 50-10. Material facts found by judge or jury in divorce or annulment proceedings; when notice of trial not required; procedure same as ordinary civil actions
- §50-11. Effects of absolute divorce
- §50-12. Resumption of maiden or premarriage surname