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Doctrine of Condonation

Definition

An affirmative defense to a fault-based ground for divorce providing that, if either party to a marriage forgives the infidelity of the other spouse, the infidelity cannot be later used as a ground for divorce without evidence of further injury.

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In re Dube


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In re Marriage of Hightower