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treatise on the law of contracts of married women.

Kelly, John F.

treatise on the law of contracts of married women.

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Published by F. D. Linn & Co. in Jersey City, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Contracts -- United States.,
    • Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBy John F. Kelly.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF521 .K44
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 p. l., iii-lxv, 573 p.
      Number of Pages573
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6577740M
      LC Control Number15013802
      OCLC/WorldCa1541566

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A Treatise on the Law of Contracts by Married Women; Their Capacity to Contract in Relation to Their Separate Statutory Legal Estates, Under American Statutes Paperback – Septem by George Emrick Harris (Author)Cited by: 1. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kelly, John F.

(John Francis) Treatise on the law of contracts of married women. Jersey City, N.J., F.D. Linn & Co., : A treatise on the law of married women in Texas: including marriage, divorce, homestead, and administration. (): Speer, Ocie: Books.

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accepted for inclusion in Boston College Law Review by an authorized editor of Digital Commons @ Boston College Law School. For more information, please [email protected] Recommended Citation Michael L. Looney,Williston: Treatise on the Law of Contracts, Third Edition, Vols.

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Addeddate Story, William W[etmore]. A Treatise on the Law of Contracts. Revised and Greatly Enlarged. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, Two volumes. Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN ISBN Cloth. $* Reprint of the fourth edition, the final edition edited by the author. The son of Joseph Story, William Wetmore [] wrote two.

A married woman may give a valid mortgage to secure money borrowed to pay off a prior mortgage executed by her on her separate estate, although the mortgagee may know that the first mortgage was given to secure her husband's debt, and Was not binding on her, since a married woman is liable On a contract to repay money borrowed by her, without Author: Charles Fisk Beach.

A Practical Treatise on the Law of Contracts, Not Under Seal: And Upon the Usual Defences to Actions Thereon. Joseph Chitty. Sweet, When a Married Woman. treatise on the law of contracts of married women.

book Of Contracts with Bankrupts. Principal and Agent or Mas. A Practical Treatise on the Law of Contracts. Internet Archive BookReader A treatise on the law of contracts Internet Archive BookReader A treatise on the law of contracts. The rule of the common law is, that a married woman cannot, during her coverture, make an obligatory contract.7 And her deed is absolutely void.8 And she cannot contract, even with her husband's consent, unless she be living as a feme sole, her husband being civiliter mortuus.9 Her legal existence is, during such period, merged in that of her husband, and neither she nor he can be sued upon her.

It becomes, therefore, incumbent on the tradesman supplying a married woman with articles which are not necessaries, to assure himself that she is authorized thereto by her husband, since, in an action for their price, he will be obliged to prove affirmatively, that the debt was contracted on the express or implied authority of the husband.3 And it is not for the husband to prove that he has given notice to.

A "feme covert" was therefore a woman not yet married or already married, but not widowed. (The legal status of a widow was a different matter entirely.) Written from a perspective sympathetic to women, it deals with precedents of conveyances not covered in The Law of Baron and Femme, and as such can be seen as a companion : Robert Hyde.

Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC) Print version: Kelly, John F. (John Francis). Treatise on the law of contracts of married women. Jersey City, N.J.: F.D. This treatise is part of the Hornbook series providing an overview of contract law.

Topical coverage looks at many topics including offer and acceptance, parol evidence and interpretation, consideration, statutes of frauds, conditions, performance and breach.

Where the separation between the two parties is not by act of law, but is by deed, or by mutual agreement without deed, the wife cannot contract so as to bind the husband, provided he allow her an ample and separate maintenance.1 And if the tradesman supply her even with necessaries on credit, he has no legal claim upon her, since she, being a feme covert, cannot be separately liable.

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Page 11 - Is usurpation for the court to hold, as a matter of law, that there is a contract and a promise, when all the evidence in the case shows that there was not a contract, nor the semblance of one.

It is doubtless a legal fiction, invented and used for the sake of the remedy. If It was originally usurpation, certainly it has now become very inveterate, and firmly fixed in the body of the 1/5(1).

§ With these exceptions a married woman is incapacitated legally to enter into any contract, so as to bind herself personally, or to sue or be sued in her own name during her coverture.5 Her contracts are only binding upon her through his consent and ratification, and even then she cannot sue or be sued alone upon them.

§ Third. Another exception is by the custom of London, by which a married woman may carry on a trade separately from her husband, and on her own account, and if the husband do not interfere to oppose it, she may, as to all the transactions connected with that business, be treated as a single woman.

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OCLC Number: Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. Woodbridge, Conn.: Research Publications, c 7 microfiches. (19th-century legal treatises ; no. A "feme covert" was therefore a woman not yet married or already married, but not widowed.

(The legal status of a widow was a different matter entirely.) Written from a perspective sympathetic to women, it deals with precedents of conveyances not covered in The Law of Baron and Feme (), and as such can be seen as a companion volume.

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whoredom, fornication, adultery, divorce, etc. Arguing for the security and protection of women he points out that in law 'women are of. contract, in law, a promise, enforceable by law, to perform or to refrain from performing some specified act. In a general sense, all civil obligations fall under tort or contract law.

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Boston: Little, Brown. Family Law xxiv, p. ; 25 cm.; US; 2nd ed. Fiche: Almy, Charles. The law of married women in Massachusetts. It was written by the ecclesiastical lawyer, Henry Swinburne (c. –), but only published inmore than 40 years after his death. Swinburne’s Treatise of Spousals explains how a man and woman could be legally married in Shakespeare ’s day by making a private agreement without a church or priest.

To that extent we know what a tort is not. We are secured against a certain number of obvious errors. We shall not imagine (for example) that the Married Women’s Property Act ofby providing that husbands and wives cannot sue one another for a tort, has .Extensive footnotes to case law and secondary sources are the hallmark of this classic coverage of contract law.

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