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" In every case of a judicial separation the wife shall from the date of the sentence, and whilst the separation shall continue, be considered as a feme sole with respect to property of every description which she may acquire, or which may come to or devolve... "
A Handy Book on the New Law of Divorce & Matrimonial Causes ... - Page 64
by James Peter Byrne - 1860 - 117 lehte
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The Law of Domestic Relations: Including Husband and Wife: Parent and Child ...

William Pinder Eversley - 1896 - 1011 lehte
...t^wrfe'kJ'be'' separation shall continue, be considered as a feme sole with considered a, J . , . . ,. , , . .feme sole with respect to property of every description which she may acquire, respect to her or which may come to or devolve upon her." By section 26, it enacts that " in every...
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The Digest of English Case Law Containing the Reported Decisions ..., 7. köide

John Mews - 1898
...s. 25, in every case- of a, judicial separation the wife shall, from the date of the яе/itt lire, and whilst the separation shall continue, be considered as a feme sole with respect to property of ever$ 797 800 description which she may acquire, or which may стае to or devolve upon her ; and...
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Extradition-Inspection

John Mews - 1898
...Statute.] —By 20 4 21 Viet. c. 85, s. 25, in every cote of a judicial separation the wife shall, from the date of the sentence, and whilst the separation shall continue, be considered at a feme sole with respect to property of ever} description which the may acquire, or which may come...
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A Revised Edition of the Legislative Enactments of Ceylon: By ..., 2. köide

Ceylon - 1900
...shall, from the date of the sentence, and whilst the separation continues, be considered as unmarried with respect to property of every description which...acquire, or which may come to or devolve upon her. Such property may be disposed of by her in all respectsas an unmarried woman, and on her decease the...
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A Selection of Cases on the Conflict of Laws, 1. köide

Joseph Henry Beale - 1900
...also the further effect of placing the wife in the position of a feme sole, with respect to property which she may acquire, or which may come to or devolve upon her, from the date of the sentence and whilst the separation continues, and also for the purposes of contract...
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Sessional Papers, 48. köide

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1901
...Stipendiary Justices of the Peace. 190. In every case of- such order being made the wife shall, from the date of the sentence and whilst the separation shall...considered as a feme, sole with respect to property of erery description which she may acquire or which may come to or devolve upon her ; and such property...
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The Summary Jurisdiction (married Women) Act, 1895 (58 & 59 Vict. C.39): As ...

Sydney George Lushington, Guy Lushington - 1904 - 159 lehte
...decree for judicial separation is to be considered as a feme sole with respect to such property only as she may acquire or which may come to or devolve upon her after the decree ; this section not applying to property to which she was entitled in possession at...
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A Treatise on Deeds

Robert Frederick Norton - 1906 - 694 lehte
...shall from the date of the sentence, and while the separation shall continue, be considered as &fente sole with respect to property of every description...acquire or which may come to or devolve upon her:" Dawes v. Creyke (1885), 30 Ch. D. 500; Davenport v. Marshall, [1902] 1 Ch. 82. Where the covenant was...
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A Treatise on the Law of Vendor and Purchaser of Real Estate and ..., 2. köide

Thomas Cyprian Williams - 1906 - 1143 lehte
...1857 and 1858 (I), in every Judicial case of a judicial separation the wife shall, from the separa date of the sentence and whilst the separation shall...continue, be considered as a feme sole with respect to (1) property of every description which she may acquire or which may come to or devolve upon her (m),...
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Encyclop¿dia of the Laws of England with Forms and Precedents by ..., 1. köide

1906
...the sentence and whilst the separation continues, is to be considered as a feme sole, with reference to property of every description which she may acquire or which may come to or devolve upon her. If a reversionary interest Ijelonging to the wife before the desertion or before the decree of judicial...
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