(I was skim-reading my kitab-aqdas and just noticed this.)
I have highlighted the two parts which confuse me because they seem contradictory.
Kitab Aqdas, pages 152-153
http://www.bahai-library.com/writings/b ... tml#IV.C.2
a. Divorce is strongly condemned.
b. If antipathy or resentment develop on the part of either the husband or the wife, divorce is permissible, only after the lapse of one full year. The beginning and end of the year of waiting must be testified by two or more witnesses. The act of divorce should be registered by the judicial officer representing the House of Justice. Intercourse during this period of waiting is forbidden, and whoever breaks this law must repent and pay the House of Justice 19 mithqáls of gold.
c. A further period of waiting after divorce has taken place is not required.
d. The wife who is to be divorced as a result of her unfaithfulness forfeits the payment of the expenses during the waiting period.
e. Remarrying the wife whom one has divorced is permissible, provided she has not married another person. If she has, she must be divorced before her former husband can remarry her.
f. If at any time during the waiting period affection should recur, the marriage tie is valid. If this reconciliation is followed by estrangement and divorce is again desired, a new year of waiting will have to be commenced.
g. Should differences arise between husband and wife while travelling, he is required to send her home, or entrust her to a dependable person, who will escort her there, paying her journey and her full year's expenses.
h. Should a wife insist on divorcing her husband rather than migrate to another country, the year of waiting is to be counted from the time they separate, either while he is preparing to leave, or upon his departure.
i. The Islamic law regarding remarriage with the wife whom one has previously divorced is abrogated.