The Clerk's Assistant; Containing a Large Variety of Legal Forms and Instruments, Adapted Not Only to County and Town Officers, But to the Wants of Professional and Business Men Throughout the United States, Having Particular Reference to

The Clerk's Assistant; Containing a Large Variety of Legal Forms and Instruments, Adapted Not Only to County and Town Officers, But to the Wants of Professional and Business Men Throughout the United States, Having Particular Reference to

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1866 edition. Excerpt: ...is liable for the necessaries of the wife only so long as she consents to live with him, if she voluntarily leaves him, the liability ceases; and if she returns or offers to return to him the liability is again revived. In case of a disagreement between husband and wife, the husband may convey to a third party real or personal property to be held in trust for the support of the wife. And where a trustee holds property in trust for the wife's benefit only, he may on the written request of such married woman, accompanied by a certificate of a Justice of the Supreme Court that he has examined the condition and situation of the property, and made due inquiry into the capacity of such married woman to manage and control the same, may convey to such married woman, all or any portion of such property, or the rents, issues and profits thereof, for her sole and separate use and benefit FORMS. Wo. 1. MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE.' Bounty of Itenssetaer, Town of Nassau, ss. On the 17th day of April, I860, before me came A. B., of the city of Troy, and Y. Z., of the town of Nassau, to me known to be the persons herein described (or Y. Z., to me known, and A. B. proven to me by the oath of M. O. of Nassau), and were, on the said 17th, by me lawfully joined in the holy bonds of matrimony, in the presence of M. 0. of Nassau. And I further certify, 'that I ascertained that the said A. B. and Y. Z. were of sufficient age to contract marriage, and that after due inquiry by me made, there appeared no lawful impediment to such marriage. Witness my hand this April 17th, 1860. N. P. In presence of M. 0. IV o. 9. Magistrate's Certificate To Be Indorsed On Certificate Of A Minister. County of Rensselaer, ss. I hereby certify, that on this 17th day of April, 18CO, before me came...show more

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  • English
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  • 123664350X
  • 9781236643506