Massachusetts Divorce Law - Chapter 208 Section 43 - Criminal Provisions

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Chapter 208: Section 43 Advertisement to procure divorce

Section 43. Whoever writes, prints or publishes, or solicits another to write, print or publish, any notice, circular or advertisement soliciting employment in the business of procuring divorces or offering inducements for the purpose of procuring such employment shall be punished by a fine of not more than two hundred dollars or by imprisonment for not more than six months.

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Massachusetts Divorce Law - Chapter 208 Section 43 - Criminal Provisions