Mills' Annotated Statutes of the State of Colorado; Embracing the General Statutes of 1883, and All General Laws Enacted Since That Compilation (Except the Code of Civil Procedure), in Force January 1, 1891

Mills' Annotated Statutes of the State of Colorado; Embracing the General Statutes of 1883, and All General Laws Enacted Since That Compilation (Except the Code of Civil Procedure), in Force January 1, 1891 : With Digested Notes Volume 4

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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. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...has shown that I 3 M. A. s. 30211, providing for the 1 punishment of a man "who neglects to provide proper food, clothing, shelter or care in case of sickness, for his wife or minor child," does not by implication repeal M. A. S. Rvsd. 3451, providing for the punishment of a man who "wilfully neglects, fails, or re fuses to provide reasonable support and maintenance for his wife." Campbell v. People, 42 C. 228, 230: 94 P. 256. Vll. SEPARATION AND SEPARATE MAINTENANCE. Agreement to support in nature of alimony. see "Divorce," 16. A. SEPARATION AGREEMENTS. 1. Validity. 34. Consideration. See Vol. I. 35. Public policy. See Vol. I. 36. Disability of wife. See Vol. I. 37. Violating inheritance rights of wife. See V01. I. 38. Pleading and evidence--pre lumptions. See Vol. I. 2. Abrogatlon or Vacation. 39. By subsequent cohabitation. See Vol. I. 40. By subsequent divorce. See Vol. I. 41. Vacating when executed. See Vol. I. B. ACTIONS FOR SEPARATE MAINTENANCE. Right of wife to action, see "Fraudulent Transfers," 2. 42. Right of action without praying for divorce. See Vol. I. See "Divorce," 20%. (a) A wife is not compelled to resort to the criminal law to enforce support, nor to bring an action for divorce, but may secure separate maintenance. Austin v. Austin, 42 C. 130, 133; 94 P. 309. ' (b) The district court has jurisdiction of a suit by a wife for separate maintenance. Id. (c) That a wife has some separate means is no bar to bringing 'an action for separate maintenance. Id. 135. (d) In Colorado a wife may maintain an action against her husband for separate maintenance, independent of an action...show more

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