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Report No. 66

8.32. Section 11 of the English Ad of 1882.-

It should be noted that on this, point, section 11, (which contains the analogous provision) in the English Act-the Married Women's Property Act, 1882-is more clear. The material part of the section is as follows:-1

"A policy of assurance effected by any man on his own life, and expressed to be for the benefit of his wife, of his children or of his wife and children, or any of them, or by any woman or her own life, and expressed to be for the benefit of her husband or of her children, or of her husband and Section 11, Married Women's Properly Act, 1882 (English) (See Appendix 3).children, or any of them, shall create a trust in favour of the objects therein named ".2

The wording in the English section is, thus, more specific on this point.

1. Section 11, Married Women's Property Act, 1882 (English) See Appendix 3).

2. Para. 8.32, supra.

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