Attention is directed in this article to the principles of the common law and the features of the subsequent developments that are believed to be of greatest current value either because the particular doctrine still persists or because it aids in the evaluation of a precedent for use in a legal background that differs from that of the period or jurisdiction in which the decision was rendered.
James W. Day,
RIGHTS ACCRUING TO A HUSBAND UPON MARRIAGE WITH RESPECT TO THE PROPERTY OF HIS WIFE,
Mich. L. Rev.
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