Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 7
SPECIAL PROCEEDINGS
CHAPTER 11
PROCEEDINGS TO ESTABLISH PATERNITY
7-1119.  Presumption of legitimacy — When rebutted. The presumption of legitimacy of a child born during wedlock is overcome by:
(1)  Genetic tests which show that the husband is not the father of the child; or
(2)  An affidavit of nonpaternity signed by the natural mother and her husband and an affidavit of paternity signed by the natural mother and natural father.

History:
[7-1119, added 1969, ch. 93, sec. 18, p. 318; am. 1995, ch. 234, sec. 5, p. 793.]


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