§ 3.405. MANAGEMENT RIGHTS. This subchapter does not affect the right to manage, control, or dispose of marital property as provided by this chapter. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 692, § 2, eff. Sept. 1, 1999. Amended by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., ch. 838, § 2, eff. Sept. 1, 2001. § 3.406. EQUITABLE LIEN. 2011 California Code ::Family Code ::DIVISION 4. RIGHTS 2011 California Code Family Code DIVISION 4. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS DURING MARRIAGE [700 - 1620] DIVISION 4. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS DURING MARRIAGE . 700-1620. PART 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS . 700-755. CHAPTER 1. Definitions . 700. CHAPTER 2. Relation of Husband and Wife . 720-721. CHAPTER 3. Property Rights During Marriage . 750-755. PART 2
Aug 30, 2011 · CHAPTER 3 FAMILY LAW AND CHILD WELFARE 3.1 FAMILY CODE 3.1.1 GENERAL PROVISIONS. A. Purposes. The Family Code shall be construed to affect the following legislative intent:(1) To exercise the broadest possible jurisdiction over children and families and over all Chapter 3. Property Rights During Marriage ::California 2009 California Family Code - Section 750-755 ::Chapter 3. Property Rights During Marriage FAMILY.CODE SECTION 750-755 750. A husband and wife may hold property as joint tenants or tenants in common, or as community property, or as community property with a right of survivorship. 751. The respective interests of the husband and wife in community property during continuance of the Code Section Group - California Legislative InformationJan 01, 2015 · 754. If notice of the pendency of a proceeding for dissolution of the marriage, for nullity of the marriage, or for legal separation of the parties is recorded in any county in which either spouse resides on real property that is the separate property of the other, the real property shall not for a period of three months thereafter be transferred, encumbered, or otherwise disposed of voluntarily or
Code:Section:Keyword(s): CHAPTER 3. Property Rights During Marriage . 750-755. PART 2. CHARACTERIZATION OF MARITAL PROPERTY . 760-853. CHAPTER 1. Community Property CHAPTER 4. Presumptions Concerning Nature of Property . 802-803. CHAPTER 5. Transmutation of Property . 850-853. PART 3. LIABILITY OF MARITAL PROPERTY . 900-1000. CHAPTER Divorce Source California :Family Code:Divisions 1-4chapter 3. property rights during marriage . part 2. characterization of marital property . chapter 1. community property chapter 2. separate property chapter 3. damages for injuries to married person chapter 4. presumptions concerning nature of property chapter 5. transmutation of property . part 3. Executive Order No. 209, s. 1987 Official Gazette of the Jul 06, 1987 · THE FAMILY CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES. I, CORAZON C. AQUINO, President of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by the Constitution, do hereby order and promulgate the Family Code of the Philippines, as follows:TITLE I. MARRIAGE. Chapter 1. Requisites of Marriage
rights of both spouses in a claim for reimbursement as provided by Subchapter E, Chapter 3, and shall apply equitable principles to:(1)AAdetermine whether to recognize the claim after taking into account all the relative circumstances of the spouses; and (2)AAorder a division of the claim for reimbursement, MARITAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND BENEFITS FOR HIGH House Bill 410 legislatively rejects the vested property right theory and adopts the replacement theory. Now, Texas Family Code Section 3.008 provides:V. INSURANCE BENEFITS. Texas Family Code Chapter 3 Marital Property Rights and Terms Used In Texas Family Code Chapter 3. Affidavit:means a statement in writing of a fact or facts signed by the party making it, sworn to before an officer authorized to administer oaths, and officially certified to by the officer under his seal of office.See Texas Government Code 312.011; Alcoholic beverage:means alcohol, or any beverage containing more than one-half of one percent of
Management Rights This subchapter does not affect the right to manage, control, or dispose of marital property as provided by this chapter. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 692, Sec. 2, eff. Sept. 1, 1999. Texas Family Code Title 1, Chapter 3 - Marital Property Texas Family Code Title 1, Chapter 3 - Marital Property Rights And Liabilities SUBCHAPTER A GENERAL RULES FOR SEPARATE AND COMMUNITY PROPERTY Texas Section 3.001 - Separate Property A spouse's separate property consists of:(1) the property owned or claimed by the spouse before marriage; (2) the property acquired by the spouse during Texas Separate Property LawsFAMILY CODE CHAPTER 3. MARITAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND 5 hours ago Statutes.capitol.texas.gov Get All . FAMILY (a) A spouse's separate property is not subject to liabilities of the other spouse unless both spouses are liable by other rules of law. (b) Unless both spouses are personally liable as provided by this subchapter, the community property subject to a spouse's sole
Apr 17, 1997 · A spouse's separate property consists of:(1) the property owned or claimed by the spouse before marriage; (2) the property acquired by the spouse during marriage by gift, devise, or descent; and. (3) the recovery for personal injuries sustained by the spouse during marriage, except any recovery for loss of earning capacity during marriage.