American Statute Law; An Analytical and Compared Digest of the Constitutions and Civil Public Statutes of All the States and Territories Relating to Persons and Property, in Force January 1, 1886 Volume 1

American Statute Law; An Analytical and Compared Digest of the Constitutions and Civil Public Statutes of All the States and Territories Relating to Persons and Property, in Force January 1, 1886 Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ... e., for life): Me., 'L 6 Del., Ark. See Art. 320. (B) In a few others, all such real estate to the widow for life; remainder to the father, etc.: Mich., Neb., Ariz. (P) In Rhode Island, the court may make such an allowance of real estate as is suitable, not needed for debts, etc., to the widow in addition to dower (com pare Part IV., Division I.): RI. (G) But in others, she merely takes her dower or other estate, as in 3105: Mass./' Vt., ' Ct., '_ N.Y., N.J., Minn., Md., Va., V.Va., N.C., Ky., Tenn., Ala. (H) She takes all the real estate which came to the husband in right of the marriage: M0. The Husband' Share in Intestate Realty. (A) If the wife die intestate without issue, the husband, when entitled to curtesy, has in addition her real estate in fee to the value of $5,000: Mass. (B) In many states, he has curtesy, etc., only, as in 3105: N.H., R.I., Ct., I N.Y., N.J., Pa.," Mich., Neb., Md., Va., W.Va., Ore. So, in other states, when the laws are silent as to this case. (C) But in a few states, he has, in lieu of eurtesy, (1) all the wife's estate to the value of $2,000, and half the excess, in fee: Vt.; (2) half the real estate of which she died seized, subject to debts: N.11.' If not entitled to curtesy, he has half her real estate for life: Mass.; Del. V. 14, C. 550,5. The remainder, after such widow's or husband's share, goes, as a rule, as if there were no widow or husband ( 3107); but not so, in Indiana and VVyoming. See above. NOTES.--" Or the husband takes the same, if it is the wife who has deceased. 1 If the estate is solvent, only. C In lieu of dower or curtesy, as in 3105, note ." 4 See also 3110. '-1-! See 8105; same...show more

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  • Paperback | 494 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 25mm | 875g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236777239
  • 9781236777232