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illustrated.1888 Excerpt: ... HUSBAND AND WIFE. 1.
Conveyance--Validity Of--When Upheld As Between Partes. A
conveyance was obtained from a wife by her husband at his
solicitation. Held, that it would not be set aside as obtained by
fraudulent means where it appeared that the grantor acted
understanding in making it, although she was weak and in a highly
nervous and excitable state at the time of its execution. Aldrich
v. Aldrieh (Sup. Ct.) 516 2. Agreement Between As To Earnings--When
Enforcible. The husband and wife entered into an agreement by the
terms of which she was to have the income derived from the keeping
of a boarder and also the management of the poultry. Held, that the
income so derived be. longed to her and formed a part of her
separate estate. Matter of Kinmer (Sup. Ct.) 618 INJUNCTION. When
Granted--What Is Meant By Irreparable Damage. Where the lessor
enters upon the property so leased, and threatens to use it in such
a manner as will destroy in part the lessee's use of it. Held, that
irreparable damage was threatened withiu the meaning of the law and
that the court would grant a judgment restraining such action on
the part of the lessor, although able and willing to respond in
money damages. Horton v. Carhart (Sup. Ct.) 546 INSURANCE. 1.
Condition Limiting Time Within Which Action Upon Policy Must Be
Brought Is Valid. A policy of insurance contained the following
clause: "It is hereby expressly provided that no suit or action
against this company for the recovery of any claim by virtue of
this policy shall be sustainable in any court of law or equity
unless such suit or action shall be commenced within twelve months
next after the fire shall have occurred, and should any suit or
action be commenced against this company after the ex piration of
the aforesaid twelve ...
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