This comment deals briefly with the presumption that a child born to a married couple is the legitimate issue of that marriage. The status of this presumption in Virginia is considered in light of the Virginia statute authorizing the use of blood grouping tests in certain cases where the paternity of a child born during wedlock is at issue. The constitutionality of such tests is not within the scope of this comment.
Blood Grouping Tests And The Presumption of Legitimacy,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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