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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1949 - Women
 

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Contents

Damages for injury by spouse to person or property 10
10
Inheritance rights in deceased spouses estate 11
11
Right of husband or wife to disin herit the other by will 12
12
Marriage and divorce 13
13
A CIVIL RIGHTS
3
PARENTS AND CHILDREN
11
Services and Earnings of Minor ChildrenParents Respective Rights
3
Introduction 1
1
Civil rights 3
3
B Homesteads 5
5
Earnings of a married woman 7
7
Damages for injury by spouse to person or property 8
8
Inheritance rights in deceased spouses estate 9
9
Right of husband or wife to disinherit the other by will 10
10
Marriage and divorce 11
11
Interstate cooperation in marriagelaw enforcement 12
12
Parents and children 13
13
Guardianship of a minor child 14
14
Child born out of wedlock 15
15
Public office eligibility of women 16
16
A CIVIL RIGHTS
3
PARENTS AND CHILDREN
10
CONTRACTS AND PROPERTY
1
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CONTENTS Page Introduction 1
Civil Rights 5
Contractual powers of a minor 6
B Homesteads 7
1
Ownership and control of property owned at marriage 8
2
Earnings of a married woman 12
6
Liability for family support 13
7
Right of a married woman to engage in a separate business 14
Property acquired by joint efforts of husband and wife 15
Damages for injury to person property or character 16
Competency of husband or wife to testify for or against each other 17
Provision for survivors during administration of estate 19
Right of husband or wife to disinherit the other by will 20
Marriage and divorce 21
Interstate cooperation in marriagelaw enforcement 22
Divorce 23
Parents and children 26
Appointment of testamentary guardian for a minor child 28
Age of Majority
1
Contractual Fowers of Minors
2
Contractual Powers of Minors 3 Property Exemptions from Seizure for DebtRespective Rights of Men and Women
3
Property of Married Woman Owned at MarriageOwnership After Marriage
4
Services and Earnings of Minor ChildrenParents Respective Rights
13
CONTENTS
Inheritancechild 28
16
A CIVIL RIGHTS
3
Contractual Powers of Married Women
5
Separate Earnings of Married WomanOwnership and Control
6
Interstate cooperation in marriagelaw enforcement 14
14
PARENTS AND CHILDREN
15
Introduction 1
1
Civil rights 3
3
Property exemptions from seizure for debt 4
4
B Homesteads 5
5
Ownership and control of property owned at marriage_ 6
6
Earnings of a married woman 7
7
Right of a married woman to engage in a separate business 8
8
Property acquired by joint efforts of husband and wife_ 9
9
Competency of husband or wife to testify for or against each other 10
10
Provision for survivors during administration of estate 12
12
Right of husband or wife to disinherit the other by will 13
13
Interstate cooperation in marriagelaw enforcement 14
14
Divorce 15
15
Parents and children 16
16
Appointment of testamentary guardian for a minor child 17
17
Inheritancechild born out of wedlock 18
18
Public officeeligibility of women 19
19
CONTENTS
A CIVIL RIGHTS
Services and Earnings of Minor ChildrenParents Respective Rights
10
Political rights 29
12
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CONTENTS Page Introduction V
CONTRACTS AND PROPERTY
1
Property exemptions from seizure for debt 2
2
Guardianship of a minor child 12
12
Political rights 13
13
III
Age of Majority
1
Contractual Powers of Minors 3 Property Exemptions from Seizure for DebtRespective Rights of Men and Women
3
Property of Married Woman Owned at MarriageOwnership After Marriage THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN LIBRARIES
4
PARENTS AND CHILDREN
11
Services and Earnings of Minor ChildrenParents Respective Rights
5
Parents and children 14
14
Contractual Powers of Married Women
5
Liability of Married Woman for Family Necessaries 8 Formal Procedure Required for a Married Woman to Engage in a Separate Business
7
Property Acquired After Marriage Through Cooperative Efforts of SpousesOwnership and Control 11 Damages Recovered for Injury by Strangers to...
8
Married Womans Separate Property_Control During Mar
9
PARENTS AND CHILDREN
14
CONTENTS
Parents right to services and earnings of a minor child 16
16
Inheritancechild 17
17
Inheritancechild born out of wedlock 17
A CIVIL RIGHTS
3
riageLiability for Husbands Debts 10 Property Acquired After Marriage Through Cooperative Efforts of SpousesOwnership and Control
5
Action to Recover Damages for Willful or Negligent Injuries to the Person or Property of One Spouse by the OtherRespective Rights of Husband and...
6
PARENTS AND CHILDREN
9
Services and Earnings of Minor ChildrenParents Respective Rights
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CONTENTS Page Introduction 1
1
Civil rights 3
3
B Homesteads 4 Ownership and control of property owned at marriage 4
4
Earnings of a married woman 5
5
Liability for family support 6
6
Damages for injury by spouse to person or property 7
7
Provision for survivors during administration of estate 9
9
Disposition of Separate Property by WillExtent of Married
14
CONTRACTS AND PROPERTY
1
Age of Majority
1
Contractual Powers of Minors 3 Property Exemptions from Seizure for DebtRespective Rights of Men and Women
3
Property of Married Woman Owned at MarriageOwnership After Marriage 5 Contractual Powers of Married Women
5
Separate Earnings of Married WomanOwnership and Control 7 Liability of Married Woman for Family Necessaries 8 Formal Procedure Required fo...
6
Property Acquired After Marriage Through Cooperative Efforts of SpousesOwnership and Control 11 Damages Recovered for Injury by Strangers to...
7
Womans Right 15 Estate of Deceased Husband or WifeShare of Surviving Spouse
8
Provision for the Surviving Spouse During Administration of the Estate 17 Disinheritance of Husband or Wife by Will of Deceased Spouse Survivor...
9
Health Certificate Requisites Prior to Issuance of Marriage LicenseMen and Women 21 Interstate Cooperation in Marriage Law Enforcement 22 Grou...
10
PARENTS AND CHILDREN
11
Premarital requirements 10
10
Damages Recovered for Injury by Strangers to a Married Wom ans Person Froperty or CharacterOwnership and Control 12 Action to Recover Dama...
Services and Earnings of Minor ChildrenParents Respective Rights
14
2
Womans Person Property or CharacterOwnership and Control
5
Disposition of Separate Property by WillExtent of Married Womans Right 15 Estate of Deceased Husband or WifeShare of Surviving Spouse
6
Provision for the Surviving Spouse During Administration of the Estate
7
Disinheritance of Husband or Wife by Will of Deceased Spouse Survivors Alternative II MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE 18 Age of Consent to Marriag...
8
Validity of CommonLaw Marriage 20 Health Certificate Requisites Prior to Issuance of Marriage LicenseMen and Women 21 Interstate Cooperation i...
9
Grounds for DivorceRespective Availability to Spouses
10
Grounds for DivorceRespective Availability to Spouses
24
Guardianship of Minor ChildrenParents Respective Rights 26 Appointment of Testamentary Guardian for Minor Children Parents Respective Rights
25
Inheritance from an Intestate ChildParents Respective Rights
27
Support of Children Born Out of WedlockParents Respective
28
Responsibility
39
Inheritance from Child Born Out of WedlockMothers Right B POLITICAL RIGHTS 30 Domicile of Married Women 31 Public OfficeEligibility of ...
40
Puerto Rico
42
Canal Zone
54
Virgin Islands
66
Interstate cooperation in marriagelaw enforcement 10
10
Divorce 11
11
Parents and children 12
12
Inheritancechild 13
13
ITED STATES OF AMERICA CONTENTS Page Introduction 1
1
Civil rights 3
3
Property exemptions from seizure for debt 4
4
Earnings of a married woman 5
5
Right of a married woman to engage in a separate business 6
6
Competency of husband or wife to testify for or against each other 7
7
Provision for survivors during administration of estate 8
8
Right of husband or wife to disinherit the other by will 9
9
Interstate cooperation in marriagelaw enforcement 10
10
Parents and children 12
12
Appointment of testamentary guardian for a minor child 13
13
Political rights 14
14

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Page 3 - head of a family," as used in this title, includes within its meaning: 1. The husband, when the claimant is a married person. 2. Every person who has residing on the premises with him or her, and under his or her care and maintenance, either...
Page 4 - ... the homestead in a city, town or village, shall consist of lot or lots, not to exceed in value five thousand dollars at the time of their designation as the homestead, without reference to the value of any improvements thereon: Provided, That the same shall be used for the purposes of a home, or as a place to exercise the calling or business of the head of a family...
Page 5 - All property acquired by either the husband or wife during marriage, except that which is the separate property of either one or the other, shall be deemed the common property of the husband and wife.
Page 10 - All marriages between a white person and a negro, and all marriages which are prohibited by law on account of either of the parties having a former wife or husband then living, shall be absolutely void without any decree of divorce or other legal process.
Page 16 - The rights of citizens of the State of Wyoming to vote and hold office shall not be denied or abridged on account of sex. Both male and female citizens of this State shall equally enjoy all civil, political and religious rights and privileges.
Page 13 - As between parents adversely claiming the custody or guardianship, neither parent is entitled to it as of right ; but other things being equal, if the child is of tender years, it should be given to the mother ; if it is of an age to require education and preparation for labor and business then to the father ; 3.
Page 5 - The earnings and accumulations of the wife, and of her minor children living with her or in her custody, while she is living separate from her husband, are the separate property of the wife.
Page 9 - Every subject of the Commonwealth ought to find a certain remedy, by having recourse to the laws, for all injuries or wrongs which he may receive in his person, property, or character. He ought to obtain right and justice freely, and without being obliged to purchase it; completely, and without any denial; promptly, and without delay; conformably to the laws.
Page 7 - A woman may, while married, sue and be sued, in the same manner as if she were unmarried.

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