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§50‑9.  Effect of answer of summons by defendant.

In all cases upon an actionfor a divorce absolute, where judgment of divorce has heretofore been grantedand where the plaintiff has caused to be served upon the defendant in person alegal summons, whether by verified complaint or unverified complaint, and suchdefendant answered such summons, and where the trial of said action was dulyand legally had in all other respects and judgments rendered by a judge of thesuperior court upon issues answered by a judge and jury, in accordance withlaw, such judgments are hereby declared to have the same force and effect asany judgment upon an action for divorce otherwise had legally and regularly. (1929,c. 290, s. 1; 1947, c. 393.)

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_50 > GS_50-9

§50‑9.  Effect of answer of summons by defendant.

In all cases upon an actionfor a divorce absolute, where judgment of divorce has heretofore been grantedand where the plaintiff has caused to be served upon the defendant in person alegal summons, whether by verified complaint or unverified complaint, and suchdefendant answered such summons, and where the trial of said action was dulyand legally had in all other respects and judgments rendered by a judge of thesuperior court upon issues answered by a judge and jury, in accordance withlaw, such judgments are hereby declared to have the same force and effect asany judgment upon an action for divorce otherwise had legally and regularly. (1929,c. 290, s. 1; 1947, c. 393.)


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_50 > GS_50-9

§50‑9.  Effect of answer of summons by defendant.

In all cases upon an actionfor a divorce absolute, where judgment of divorce has heretofore been grantedand where the plaintiff has caused to be served upon the defendant in person alegal summons, whether by verified complaint or unverified complaint, and suchdefendant answered such summons, and where the trial of said action was dulyand legally had in all other respects and judgments rendered by a judge of thesuperior court upon issues answered by a judge and jury, in accordance withlaw, such judgments are hereby declared to have the same force and effect asany judgment upon an action for divorce otherwise had legally and regularly. (1929,c. 290, s. 1; 1947, c. 393.)

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