NJ Statute: 9:2-7. Habeas corpus to determine custody of child; access to child.
When any husband and wife shall live in a state of separation without being divorced, and shall have any minor child of the marriage, the Superior Court, upon such child being brought before it upon habeas corpus, shall award the custody of such child and make such order or judgment relating thereto for the access of either parent to such child, at such times and under such circumstances, as it may deem proper.
Amended by L.1948, c. 321, p. 1297, s. 6; L.1953, c. 9, p. 71, s. 5.
AKA: NJ Divorce Law 9:2-7. Habeas corpus to determine custody of child; access to child.
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