Response or Comment
Two questions are presented by the case of Sigiaigo v. Signaigo, (Mo. 1918), 205 S. W. Rep. 23: First, the enforcibility of the contract of an infant, fully performed by her, to live with a man and his wife as their adopted child so long as they should live, in consideration that the infant should have all the property of the foster parents upon their death; and Second, the competency of the consenting mother of the infant to testify in support of the infant's claim.
Lane, Victor H. "Contract of Infant--Evidence, Competency of Witness under Survivorship Statute." Mich. L. Rev. 17 (1918): 175-7.