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Report No. 66

2. Capacity of married women.-

Subject to the provisions of section 5, a married woman shal11-

(a) be capable of acquiring, holding and disposing of any property;

(b) be capable of rendering herself, and being rendered, liable in respect of any tort, contract, debt or obligation;

(c) be capable of suing and being sued, either in tort or in contract or otherwise; and

(d) be subject to the law relating to insolvency and to the enforcement of judgments and orders;

In all respects as if she were unmarried.

1. As to the past the existing Act of 1874 will take care; see section 6, General Clauses Act, 1897.

[Cf. section 1, English Act of 1935]

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