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1831.

LAWS OF MARYLAND

CHAP. 320

CHAPTER 320.

Passed Mar.14,1832

An act f or the relief of Jane Freeman, of the city of An-

 

napolis.

Divorce graritt d.

Section 1 . Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Ma-
ryland, That Jane Freeman, of the city of Annapolis, be

 

and she is hereby divorced from her board and mutual co-

 

habitation with her husband William L. Freeman.

Claims annulled.

Sec. 2. And be it enacted, That the said William L. Free-

 

man, shall not by virtue of his marriage With the said Jane

 

Freeman, be in any manner entitled to, and that the said

 

William L. Freeman shall riot be authorised to have or

 

claim any right, title or interest in the estate, real, personal

 

or mixed, of the said Jane Freeman whether acquired by

 

the said Jane Freeman, prior to, or to be acquired by her

 

after the passage of this act, nor shall the said Jane Free-

 

man, be in any manner entitled to have or claim any right,

 

title or interest in the estate, real, personal or mixed, of the

 

said William L. Freeman,whether acquired by the said Wil-

 

liam L. Freeman, prior to. or to be acquired by him after

 

the passage of this act.

Feme sole.

Sec. 3. And be it enacted, That the said Jane Freeman,

 

shall have and exercise all the rights, privileges and immu-

 

nities, and be subject to all the legal responsibilities of a

 

feme sole, in the same manner she would have been if she

 

never had been married: Provided, neither of the parties

 

shall be permitted to marry during the life of the other.

Liabilities annul

Sec. 4 And, be it enacted, That the said William L. Free-

led.

man shall not be liable for any debt to be hereafter con-

 

tracted by the said Jane Freeman.

 

CHAPTER 321.

Passed Mar. 14, 1832

An additional supplement to the act, entitled, An act directing

 

the manner of suing out Attachments in this Province, and

 

limiting the extent of them.

Attachments may
be laid upon debts
judgments or de-

Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Mary-
land, That it shall and may be lawful for any plaintiff in

crees.

attachment, to have the same laid upon debts due the de-

 

fendant upon judgments or decrees, rendered or passed by

 

any of the courts of law or equity of this state, and to have

 

judgment of condemnation thereof, as upon any other debts

 

due said defendant



 
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