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RAJA v. RAJA (10/28/71)

THE SUPERIOR COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA


October 28, 1971

RAJA, APPELLANT,
v.
RAJA, APPELLANT.

Divorce. Appeals, Nos. 882 and 1191, Oct. T., 1971, from decrees of Court of Common Pleas, Family Court Division, of Philadelphia, Dec. T., 1969, No. 3757, opinion by LAGAKOS, J.

COUNSEL

Colbert C. McClain, for appellant; Mary Bell Hammerman, for appellant.

Opinion PER CURIAM: In the appeal at No. 882, October Term, 1971, the decree is affirmed. Having made an independent study of the entire record, we are of the opinion that the court below properly refused a decree in divorce a.v.m. on the ground that the parties to the marriage in India were first cousins.

In the appeal at No. 1191, October Term, 1971, the decree is affirmed. Having made an independent study of the entire record, we are of the opinion that the court below properly granted a decree in divorce a.v.m. on the ground of desertion by the wife-appellant.

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