The law of infancy and coverture by Peregrine BinghamThe law of infancy and coverture by Peregrine Bingham

The law of infancy and coverture

byPeregrine Bingham

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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1824. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... CHAP. VI. ' Of the Wife's right to Dower. 1. Of what she shall be endowed, fa. In respect of what Seisin, and (8) Estate in her . Husband, and (4) of what Duration of it. 5. Where she has Election--dos de dote. 6. Of barring Dower. 7. Of assigning Dower. 8. Of suing for an Assignment. 9. Seme Incidents of Tenancy in Dower. J.he wife(a) is, after the death(6) of the husband, entitled(l) for term of her Hfe to (a) So that she be nine years old at his death, (Co. Lit. 33. a. even though the husband be younger) and the marriage have actually been solemnized. Perk. 306. A second wife married during the life of the first, shall not be endowed ; nor she who takes a second husband, living the first. Perk. 304, 5, Moor, 226. (6) That is, his natural death; for dower does not attach on his civil death as by entering into religion, (Co. Lit. 33. b.) because the husband cannot be professed without the consent of the wife. AMERICAN CASES. (1) The widow of an alien, who cannot hold against the .government, is not entitled to dower in his lands. Sewell v. Lee, 9 Mass. Rep. 393. Vide 1 Johnson's cases 27. 2 Johnson's cases 29. the third part of such lands and tenements as her husband was during the coverture seised of in fee, fee tail general, or as heir of the special tail; to have and hold the same in severally by metes and bounds.(c) for her dower. (c) Lit. s. 36. The exceptions seem reducible to the following: 1. Wife, alien; until naturalized, or married by license of the king. (Co. Lit. 33. a. ! Roll. Abr. C75. Co. Lit. 31. a.) 2. .Jewess, wife of Christian by birth or conversion. Ibid. 3. Wife that has eloped with an adulterer; unless her hush;md be reconciled. Id. 32. a. 4. Wife divorced causa prflecontractus,consanguinitatis, frigiditatis. Ibid. 5. Wife of husband who has ...
Title:The law of infancy and covertureFormat:PaperbackDimensions:94 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.19 inPublished:January 4, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217800114

ISBN - 13:9780217800112

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