No. 41489.

76 So.2d 528 (1954)

226 La. 456

Charles Numa OLIVIER v. Mrs. Elvira ABUNZA, Wife of Charles Numa Olivier.

Supreme Court of Louisiana.

Rehearing Denied December 13, 1954.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

John E. Fleury, Gretna, for plaintiff-appellant.

Sam Monk Zelden, Max Zelden, New Orleans, for defendant-appellee.

MOISE, Justice.

This is an appeal by Charles Numa Olivier from a judgment of the district court which awarded to his wife alimony at the rate of $200 per month. Mr. Olivier filed his suit for divorce under the provisions of Act 430 of 1938, LSA-R.S. 9:301 and note, which gives either party to a marriage contract a right to proceed and obtain a divorce if they have lived separate and apart for more than two years. In such cases the wife is entitled to alimony, if without...


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