Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 552. Divorce § 552.4

Sec. 4.  When the validity of any marriage shall be denied or doubted by either of the parties, the other party may file a bill or petition in the manner aforesaid, for affirming the marriage;  and upon due proof of the validity thereof, it shall be declared valid by a decree or sentence of the court;  and such decree, unless reversed on appeal, shall be conclusive upon all persons concerned.


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