Oklahoma Reports; Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma Volume 63-64

Oklahoma Reports; Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma Volume 63-64

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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. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ... ____________________________ "253 Sec. 5518 ____________________________ "244 Soc. 5604 ____________________________ "154 Sec. 6005 ____________________________ "130 Sec. 6190 ____________________________ "232 Sec. 6284 ____________________________ " 67 Secs. 6338. 6339 ______________________--154 Sec. 6384 ____________________________--132 Sec. 6409------------------------------3 Sec. 6659 ____________________________--143 Sec. 7148 ____________________________ " 10 Sea. 7307 ____________________________--10 Sec. 7398 ____________________________--13 Secs. 7538-7549-------------------------31 Sec. 8418------------------------------279 Session Laws: 1910-11. ch. 26, secs. 2. 4 ____________ __ 39 1911. ch. 152, sec. 16 ________________ _-169 STATUTES OF LIMITATION--4See "Limitation of Actions." S'1'IPULATIONS--See "Justices of the Peace." The due execution and attestation of the will of a full-blood Indian member of the Five Civilized Tribes, dEViSiI1g real estate, which disinherits a parent, wife, spouse, or children-of such Indian. involves the question of whether or not such will is acknowledged and approved by a judge of the United States Court for the Indian Territo1'.V. a United States Commissioner, or a judge of a county court of the state of Oklahoma pursuant to Act Cong. April 26, 1906. ch. 1876, sec 23, 34 Stat. 145, as amended by section 8, Act Cong. May 27, 1908. ch. 199, 35 Stat. 312.----Idem. 159. Where land is sDet'ificallY devised and the will directs the devisee to pay a legacy PTO' vidcd therein. the law will impliedly charge nun, legacy upon the land taken by the devisee. even though such legacy is not ex' ma-_=, =1_v charged thereon by the...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236764331
  • 9781236764331