Indian divorce


Indian divorce
A divorce of husband and wife married and continuing to live in Indian territory, in accordance with established custom among the Indian tribe, effected completely by separation by mutual consent. 24 Am J2d Div & S § 8. A divorce in accordance with tribal custom, effected by mutual consent or the abandonment of one spouse by the other. Cyr v Walker, 29 Okla 289, 116 P 934.

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