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Married Women's Property Act,1874

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Section : EXTENT OF HUSBAND'S LIABILITY FOR WIFE'S BREACH OF TRUST OR DEVASTATION

SECTION 10: EXTENT OF HUSBAND'S LIABILITY FOR WIFE'S BREACH OF TRUST OR DEVASTATION

Where a woman is a trustee, executrix or administrative, either before or after marriage, her husband shall not, unless he acts or intermeddles in the trust or ad ministration, be liable for any breach of trust committed by her, or for any misapplication, loss or damage to the estate of the deceased caused or made by her, or for any loss to such estate arising from her neglect to get in any part of the property of the deceased.]

Footnotes:

2. Substituted for the former paragraph, by Married Women's Property (Extension) Act. 1959 (LXI of 1959). S. 2 (w.e.f. 1-3-1960).

3. Substituted for the words 'Provincial Government' by A.L.O., 1950.

4. Substituted for the words local official gazette' by A.0., 1937.

5. Last paragraph omitted by Succession Act, 1925 (39 of 1925), S. 392 and Sch. IX (30-9-1925).

6. Section 6 was re-numbered assub-seclion(l) of that section by Married Women's Property (Amendment) Act, 1923 (XIII of 1923), S. 2.

7. Substituted for the words "Part A State or Part C Stale" by 2 A.L.O., 1956.

8. See now Official Trustees Act, 1913 (II of 1913).

9. Substituted for former sub-section (2), by Married Women's Property (Extension) Act. 1959 (LXI of 1959), S. 3 (1-3-1960).

10. Substituted for the original Proviso,by Transfer of Property (Amendment) Supplernentary Act, 1929 (21 of 1929). S. 2.

11. The words "affect any suit instituted before the passing of this Act. nor" were omitted by Amending Act. 1891 (12 of 1891), S.'2 and Sch. 1.





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