Sayles' Annotated Civil Statutes of the State of Texas Volume 2

Sayles' Annotated Civil Statutes of the State of Texas Volume 2

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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. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ...69 T. 216. _ (llll Any corporation may convey lands by deed, sealed with the common seal of the _c0l" poration, and signed by the president or the presiding member or trustee of said corporation; and such deed, when acknowledged by such ofiicer to be the act of the corporation, or prflven in the manner prescribed for other conveyances of lands, may be recorded in like manner and with the same effect as other deeds. Ante, art. 676. (11) A certificate of acknowledgment prior to the act of 1863 was not required to sl10W that the grantor was known to the oficer. Driscoll v. Morris, 2 C. A. 607; 21 S. W-R 6295 Hill V. Smith, 25 S. W. R. 1079; 6 C. A. 312. (12) See Adams v. Pardue, 36 S. XV. R. 1015. Am. 4618. 4310 Acknowledgment of married woman, when and how taken. No acknowledgment of a married woman to any conveyance or other instrument purporting to be executed by her shall be taken unless she has had the same shown to her, and then and there fully explained by the oflicer taking the acknowledgment, on an examination privily and apart from her husband; nor shall he certify to the same unless she thereupon acknowledges to such oflicer that the same is her act and deed, that she has willingly signed the same, and that she wishes not to retract it. Act April 30, 1846, 1; P. D. 1003. (1) By statute, a conveyance of real estate, the separate property of the wife, is not valid unless the husband joins therein and it is privily acknowledged by her. Ante, art. 635. And an executory contract by her for the sale of real estate is not enforcible. Jones v. Goff, 63 T. 248. (2) A conveyance of land, the separate property of the wife, by the husband under a power of attorney is void. Halbut v. Brown, 31 S. WV. R. 535.. (3) A married woman...show more

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  • Paperback | 618 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 32mm | 1,089g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236821424
  • 9781236821423