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by T. W. Hainsworth

Free eBook Revilles's Divorce Act Annotated download ISBN: 0888040083
Author: T. W. Hainsworth
Publisher: Canada Law Book Inc; Second Edition edition (1979)
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Hainsworth, Canadian lawyer, specializing in the field of Matrimonial. Author: Ontario Family Law Reform Acting (Annotated) 1979. Ontario Family Law Acting Manual, 1986

Hainsworth, Canadian lawyer, specializing in the field of Matrimonial. Member of Harrison, Elwood. Ontario Family Law Acting Manual, 1986. Lecturer, Bar Admission Course, Law Society of Upper Canada, Family Law, 1979—.

The Divorce Act (French: Loi sur le divorce) is the federal Act that governs divorce in Canada. The Constitution of Canada gives the federal Parliament exclusive jurisdiction to regulate the law of marriage and divorce

The Divorce Act (French: Loi sur le divorce) is the federal Act that governs divorce in Canada. The Constitution of Canada gives the federal Parliament exclusive jurisdiction to regulate the law of marriage and divorce. There was no uniform federal divorce law in Canada until 1968.

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The 1857 Matrimonial Causes Act allowed ordinary people to divorce. Before then, divorce was largely open only to men, and had to be granted by an Act of Parliament, which was hugely expensive, and therefore was also open only to the rich

The 1857 Matrimonial Causes Act allowed ordinary people to divorce. Before then, divorce was largely open only to men, and had to be granted by an Act of Parliament, which was hugely expensive, and therefore was also open only to the rich. Long before then, of course, Henry VIII was granted a divorce by the Archbishop of Canterbury, and church courts retained the power to dissolve marriages.

No-fault divorce is a divorce in which the dissolution of a marriage does not require a showing of wrongdoing by either party

No-fault divorce is a divorce in which the dissolution of a marriage does not require a showing of wrongdoing by either party. Laws providing for no-fault divorce allow a family court to grant a divorce in response to a petition by either party of the marriage without requiring the petitioner to provide evidence that the defendant has committed a breach of the marital contract.