Revised Laws of the State of California: In Four Codes : Political, Civil, Civil Procedure and Penal : Code of Civil Procedure

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D.W. Gelwicks, State Printer, 1871 - 781 halaman
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Marriage how dissolved
24
Relief may be adjudged in some cases where separation is denied
35
Common and separate property may be subjected to support and edu cate children
36
How disposed of when divorce rendered on adultery as a cause
37
Mutual obligations of husband and wife
38
Separate property of the husband
39
Earnings of wife not liable for debts of husband
40
Courtesy and dower not allowed
41
MARRIAGE
42
Legitimacy of children born in wedlock
43
When husband or wife may bring action for the exclusive control of children Decree in such cases 200 Custody of an illegitimate child
44
Reciprocal duties of parents and chikiren in maintaining each other
45
Wages of minors
46
Child may be adopted
47
Consent of child
48
TITLE III
49
6 Guardian what
50
Same
51
Duties of guardian of estate
52
Guardian appointed by Court how superseded
53
TITLE IV
54
Written consent
55
Same
56
Proceedings to apnul indentures
57
CORPORATIONS
59
Must commence to perpetuate when
64
Certificates how and when issued 324 Transfer of shares
73
All corporations may call in subscriptions and enforce collections
74
married women
75
Debts not to exceed capital stock
76
Limitation How levied
77
Publication and service
78
Contents of notice
79
In default of bidders corporation may purchase
80
Assessments shall not be invalidated
81
CHAPTER III
82
Limitation of powers
83
Corporation to organize within one year
84
Corporations may acquire real estate and how much
85
Proceedings to disincorporate
92
To comply with requirements of Insurance Commissioner
94
Policies how issued and by whom signed
95
Dividends of what and when declared
96
Payment of subscriptions Capital to be all paid in twelve months
97
Property which may be insured
98
Amounts to be reserved by companies with less than two hundred thousand dollars capital
99
Of what Guarantee Fund shall consist
100
Declaration of fixed capital to be filed
101
Insured to be entitled to vote wheni
102
Liinitations to the holding of stock and in other particulars may be provided for in bylaws
103
TITLE I
104
Additional provisions in assessment and transfer of stock
105
Capital stock to be fixed
106
Enumeration of powers
107
May purchase land timber stone gravel etc
108
Map and profile to be filed
109
Not to use streets alleys or water in cities or towns except by a two third vote of the city or twn authorities
110
Checks to be affixed to all baggage Damages
111
Annual report to be verified Form of report
112
Divorces denied on showing what
113
To pay damages Not liable in certain cases Corporation may re cover damages when
114
Conductor may eject passengers when
115
Passenger tickets how issued and to be good for six months
116
TITLE IV
117
Penalty for overcharging
119
License to be paid to city or town
120
TITLE V
121
Tolls etc to be collected Penalty for taking unlawful tolls
122
Persons avoiding tolls to pay five dollars
123
Corporation to obtain license from Supervisors
124
May loan money on what terms how and to whom and how long
132
TITLE XII
138
May hold personal property to what amount How disposed of
143
PART I
155
Owner
157
CHAPTER II
158
Ownership absolute or qualified
159
Partnership interest what
160
Perpetual interest what
161
Same
162
GENERAL PROVISIONS
169
Servitudes attached to land
176
Rights of lessees and their assignees eto
179
Remedy on leases for life
180
Boundaries by ways
181
TITLE IV
182
Trustees of estate for use of another take nu interest
183
Purchasers protected
184
Other express trusts to be powers in trust
185
Title of grantor of trust property
186
Section 925 Construction of leasing powers
187
What powers exist
188
Beneficial powers
189
When power irrevocable
190
Same
191
Nominal conditions
192
Certain dispositions not void
193
Certain powers create a fee
194
PART III
199
ARTICLE I
200
CHAPTER III
208
MODES IN Whicu PROPERTY MAY BE ACQUIRED
211
I
212
TRANSFER
216
CHAPTER II
223
port consideration
225
ARTICLE II
226
No implied covenants in grants
227
Form of grant with General Code Covenants
228
what
229
Covenant against encumbrances what
230
Code Covenants personal covenants
231
Grant how far conclusive on purchasers
232
Attorpinent to a stranger
233
ARTICLE II
234
By whom taken without the State
239
Requisites for acknowledgments
240
Form of certificate when acknowledgment is by attorney in fact
241
Conveyance by married woman effect of
242
Certificate of officer shall be indorsed thereon setting forth what
243
Evidence must prove wbat
244
When instrument is improperly certified party may have action to correct error
245
Statutes curing acknowledgments etc preserved
246
Unrecorded instrument valid between the parties
247
Actual notice etc evidence of bad faith
248
Action in District Court to quiet title in certain cases
249
In what office
250
THE HOMESTEAD OF A PERSON OTHER THAN THE HEAD OF A FAMILY
252
CHAPTER II
256
Effect of marriage of a man on his will
266
When it is a revocation
267
Advancement during lifetime of testator
268
CHAPTER II
269
Rules of interpretation
270
Technical words not necessary
271
To what time words refer
272
Interests in renainder are not affected
273
CHAPTER III
274
Residuary
275
Same
276
Legacies when due
277
Liability of beneficiaries for testators obligations
278
Who first succeeds to possession of estates nut devised and for what purpose
279
Illegitimate children to inherit in certain events
281
THE CONTRACT OF MARRIAGE
282
Value of advancements how determined
283
OBLIGATIONS IN GENERAL
289
Alternatives indivisible
293
Where offer may be made
299
Offer to be made in good faith
300
Thing offered to be kept separate
301
Custody of thing offered
302
Effect of prevention of performance
303
CHAPTER IV
304
CHAPTER V
305
Consideration for novation presumed when
306
CONTRACTS
309
Essentials of consent
310
Contracts express or implied
321
Effect of writing
322
Corporate seal how affixed
323
Intention of parties how ascertained
324
Interpretation in favor of contract
325
165 Contract partly written and partly printed
326
Time of performance of contract
327
Abstinence from injury
335
TRANSACTIONS
337
Delivery on demand
342
Notice of election as to delivery
343
Warranty what
344
Merchandise not in existence
345
Trade marks
346
Warranty on sale of good will
347
CHAPTER IV
348
Auctioneers memorandum of sale
349
DEPOSIT
350
ARTICLE III
355
LOAN FOR
358
HIRING IN GENERAL
363
CHAPTER I
369
Servant what
376
Appointment of master
379
Salvage
385
Freight consignor etc hat
387
ARTICLE V
393
CHAPTER V
395
Same
399
To disclose adverse interest
405
AUTHORITY OF AGENTS
412
ARTICLE IV
419
Agents delegation of his powers
420
What powers manager
425
ARTICLE I
429
Partial dissolution
432
Who to do business
438
ARTICLE I
444
Exception in the case of several subjects in one policy
447
In case of the death of the insurer
448
ARTICLE V
449
Matters which need not be communicated without inquiry
450
Matters of opinion
451
Falsity
452
What must be specified in a policy
453
Open and valued policies
454
Warranty express or implied
455
ARTICLE I
460
Unseaworthiness during the voyage
465
When proper
466
Actual and constructive total loss
467
Abandopment of goods on insurance of profits
468
When insured may abandon
469
Requisites of notice
470
Freightage how affected by abandonment of ship 410
471
GUARANTY IN GENERAL
478
Creditor entitled to benefit of securities held by surety
489
CREATION OF LIENS
491
CHAPTER II
497
Provisions of this chapter do not affect bottomry or respondentia
498
Mortgage does not entitle mortgagee to possession
499
How created
500
By whom paid after property passes by succession or will
501
What must be recorded as mortgage
502
Penalty for not acknowledging satisfaction
503
Mortgage on personal property a personal mortgage
504
Must be authenticated
505
Other sections on recording made applicable
506
CHAPTER III
509
Shipmasters lien
518
When consignor may stop goods
522
Instruments payable to a person or his order how construed
525
Unindorsed note when negotiable
526
Indorsement what
527
Indorser when liable to payee
528
Rights of accommodation indorser
529
Instrument left blank
530
Apparent maturity when
531
Same
532
Dishonor what
533
Notice given in ignorance of death valid
534
Notice of dishonor when excused
535
Acceptance how made
540
TITLE XI
547
PART I
553
Measure of damages for breach of contract
556
Must be in contemplation of parties
558
Rescission of contract by covenantee when
559
On payment of costs before action or judgment covenantor may perfect title
560
Breach of agreement to buy real property
561
Breach of warranty of title to personal property
562
Breach of carriers obligation to receive goods etc
563
Breach of promise of marriage 504
564
Conversion of personal property
565
ITOR
591
Usage what
606
Time
607
Seal what
608
INSURANCE IN GENERAL
638
Enforcement of lien
652

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