American Casebook Series: Cases and Materials on California Community Property
Traces the historical development of the community property concept. Also introduces basic classification principles, including limitations on the classification process. The remaining chapters deal with the consequences flowing from the classification of property as community or separate, including management and control rights and responsibilities, creditors' rights, and distribution of property on the termination of the community. Further ramifications and problems are explored in the notes to the cases.
Specifications of American Casebook Series: Cases and Materials on California Community Property
|Author||Gail Boreman Bird|
|Number Of Pages||712|
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