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Family Law

Divorce

What is condonation?

Condonation refers to forgiveness of a marital offense. It is the act of one spouse in forgiving another spouse of misconduct during the duration of the marriage. Usually, condonation was used as a defense when adultery was the alleged grounds for divorce. Condonation is no longer a valid defense in many jurisdictions.



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