HARRY HUGHES, Governor
for a time period not to exceed 3 years from the date of the
granting of the limited or absolute divorce, or annulment.
Nevertheless, if the provision concerning the family home or
family use personal property is a part of an order or decree
incident to a divorce a mensa et thoro, the provision may
not subsequently be extended for an additional period of
time as part of an order or decree incident to a divorce a
(f) Upon the termination of [a use and possession
order] AN ORDER ISSUED UNDER THIS SECTION of the family home
or family use personal property, the property shall be
treated as marital property if it so qualifies, and the
court [shall consider those factors in Section 3-6A-05]
SHALL CONSIDER THE FACTORS SET FORTH IN SECTION 3-6A-05(B)
in arriving at a division of the proceeds or value of the
property. If however, the family home or the item of family
use personal property was acquired by one of the parties
before marriage or by inheritance, or was acquired by gift
by one of the parties from a third party or was excluded by
valid agreement, then upon termination of the order the
property shall be awarded to the party who owns it.
(g) If the court determines that there is no need for
[a use and possession order of] AN ORDER ISSUED UNDER THIS
SECTION REGARDING the family home or all or any items of
family use personal property, the property shall be treated
as marital property if it would otherwise have been treated
as marital property.
(c) Any decree of limited or absolute divorce, or
annulment in which the court reserves the power to exercise
in any respect the authority conferred by this subtitle
shall in all other respects remain final and subject to
SECTION 2. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That this Act
shall take effect July 1, 1979.
Approved May 14, 1979.
(Senate Bill 996)
AN ACT concerning
Health - Medical Test Units
FOR the purpose of exempting certain persons and
organizations from the regulations concerning medical