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Category: Interpretation
Approval Date: 6/26/2013 4:19 PM
Family Surname: Kornmehl, Zeyda
Country: Austria
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I have absolutely no idea what this is! Any help would be appreciated? My relative Isabella Kornmehl Zeyda left Austria during the war and actually returned afterwards to live.

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6/28/2013 2:22 PM Copy
G.Z.1 Nc 66/38
3
Separation from table and bed.
After an unsuccessful attempt of reconciliation, the separation from table and bed is granted.to Karl Zeyda, waiter, Vienna, 20th Borough, 26/8 Treustrasse, and Isabella Zeyda nee Kornmehl, pensioner, at the same address, married on 29 December 1927 in Vienna before the Magistrate (marriage registry Vol. XXX Rg. 1927 page 782, R.Z.2601), based on their joint request and on their declartion that they agree between themselves with the conditions in respect with their assets and alimony,
The spouses have to report to the court in the case that they become reunited.
District Court Leopoldstad, Vienne 2nd Borough
Department 1. the 4th of April 1938 (changed to 1939).
Signature unreadable.

The above copy conforms word by word with the original.
District Court Inner City Vienna
Department 3, the 29th of January 1949
[Signature]

[The content of] this copy is enforceable and has become effective 23 Apr 1931
District Court Inner City Vienna
Vienna 1st Borough 7 Riemergasse
Department 3, the 31st of January 1949

Dr. Margarethe Bernaschek
For the exactness of the copy
[Signature]

Notes:
"Scheidung von Tisch und Bett" (separation from table and bed) was a speciality of Austrian family legislation until August 1938 and was not equal to divorce. It did not end the marriage and did not give the right to remarry. It was only relevant of one of the partners was catholic, because in this case divorce was not legally possible. The fact that the year was corrected from 1938 to 1939 is interesting because separation from table and bed was abolished in 1938. The legal implications of this docoment in 1949 are not clear.
- AS
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