L. A. No. 23552
47 Cal. 2d 121; 302 P.2d 11; 1956
Because the conclusion that the parties intended a separation agreement to be merged in an annulment decree was inescapable, the wife's writ of execution upon the husband's property for failure to make support payments was proper.
Carter, Jesse W., "Foust v. Foust [DISSENT]" (1956). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 116.