2006 Alabama Code - Section 30-2-3 — Divorce to be refused where collusion between parties, condonation, etc.

No judgment can be entered on the confession of the parties, or either of them, or if it appear that adultery was committed by either, with the consent of the other, for the purpose of obtaining a divorce, or where both parties have committed adultery, or where there has been a condonation of adultery by the admission of the offending party to conjugal embraces after knowledge of the commission of the crime, or when the husband knew of or connived at the adultery of the wife.

(Code 1852, §1966; Code 1867, §2356; Code 1876, §2690; Code 1886, §2327; Code 1896, §1491; Code 1907, §3799; Code 1923, §7413; Code 1940, T. 34, §26.)

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