The neglect of parties to divorce suits to file the interlocutory decree in their respective suit on the day of rendition or promptly, and, in order to remedy such omission, the procuring at some subsequent time of the entry of the interlocutory decree nue pro tune as of the date of rendition, the entry of final decrees on the last day of the period of six months which must elapse before a final decree may be lawfully entered, are practices of omission or commission common enough, and which so vitally concern the status of the parties interested, as to deserve the most serious consideration.
F. C. Hackman,
Notes and Comments,
Time of Entry of Interlocutory Decree of Divorce as Affecting Date of Final Decree,
3 Wash. L. Rev.
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