Aldridge v. Muirhead,
101 U.S. 397 (1879)

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Aldridge v. Muirhead, 101 U.S. 397 (1879)

Aldridge v. Muirhead

101 U.S. 397


1. Where lands in New Jersey, paid for out of the separate estate of a married woman are conveyed to her, she is considered to be the owner of them, as if she were a feme sole.

2. Under the laws of that State, the separate property of a woman may, with her consent, be managed by her husband without necessarily subjecting to the claims of his creditors it or the proceeds which by reason of his management arise therefrom.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.

Page 101 U. S. 398

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