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DIVORCIO Y NULIDAD MATRIMONIAL

Gregorio RODRÍGUEZ MEJÍA*

Both Canonic and Civil Law, after establishing marriage as forms of living together and perpetuation of the human species, have established a way of correcting the effects of errors committed by entering there into, and of the erroneous manner of attempting to fulfill the objecti- ves thereof. Divorce is a social ill which has been adop-ted as a remedy to avoid problems, some times important ones; it is said to be "an ill, but a necessary one"; for it not to occur is considered to be ideal, but this would require avoidance of the causes which justify it.

* Investigador del Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas.

 
 

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