Massachusetts Divorce Law - Chapter 208 Section 33 Divorce - General Provisions

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General Provisions

 

Chapter 208: Section 33 Jurisdiction; procedure

Section 33. The court may, if the course of proceeding is not specially prescribed, hear and determine all matters coming within the purview of this chapter according to the course of proceedings in ecclesiastical courts or in courts of equity, and may issue process of attachment and execution and all other proper and necessary processes. In such proceedings the court shall have jurisdiction in equity of all causes cognizable under the general principles of equity jurisprudence, arising between husband and wife, such jurisdiction to be exercised in accordance with the usual course of practice in equity proceedings.

 

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Massachusetts Divorce Law - Chapter 208 Section 33 Divorce - General Provisions