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Legal Information: North Dakota
Updated: February 25, 2019
14-05-14. Revocation of condonation
Condonation is revoked and the original cause of divorce revived:
1. When the condonee commits acts constituting a like or other cause of divorce; or
2. When the condonee is guilty of great conjugal unkindness, not amounting to a cause of divorce, but sufficiently habitual and gross to show that the conditions of condonation had not been accepted in good faith or not fulfilled.
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