Compendium of the Laws of Mexico Officially Authorized by the Mexican Government; Containing the Federal Constitution, with All Amendments, and a Thorough Abridgment of All the Codes and Special Laws of Importance to Foreigners Volume 1

Compendium of the Laws of Mexico Officially Authorized by the Mexican Government; Containing the Federal Constitution, with All Amendments, and a Thorough Abridgment of All the Codes and Special Laws of Importance to Foreigners 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. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...on lega cies, post, Arts. 517-525, and gifts between husband and wife, by the provisions of Arts. 193-19-1, ante. (Arts. 2594--2603.) ArL 445-F0l'm--A006Pt8l106---A donation of personal property under two hundred pesos may be verbal; if exceeding that amount, or of real estate in any value, it is invalid as to third persons unless made by escritura pziblica and duly registered; the escrizfura must state specifically the value of each article, the description of the real estate, and the conditions imposed on the donee. The acceptance must be in the same escrittura or another one, and in the donor's lifetime; where accepted in a separate escritura, due notice must be given the donor and the fact of notice recited in both escrituras; the acceptance is void if not made by the donee in person, or by attorney with special power for the case or with general power to accept donations. (Arts. 260.L--2612.) Art. 446. Incidents of GiftS.--A gift of all the donor's property, without reserving in ownership or usufruct enough to live according to his circumstances, or which conflicts with his legal obligations of support to his ascendants, descendants and wife, is void; a gift of property includes all rights and actions concerning it. Where the donation is of all property, to take effect at death, and some part is reserved to be conveyed by will, without specifying what part, one-third of the property given is taken to be reserved; if the donor disposes of his legal third in said form, the third part of that is understood to be reserved; but if he die without disposing of the property reserved and it is yet in his possession, his legal heirs succeed to it, or if none, then the donee, except as may be otherwise provided in the deed of gift....show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 308g
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236960068
  • 9781236960061