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ART. 45.] WIFE'S COVENANTS. 805

v. Gittings' Lessee, 2 H. & J. 380. Hawkins' Lessee v. Gould, 3 H. & J. 243.
Lawrence's Lessee v. Heister, 3 H & J. 371. Chase's Case, 1 Bl 229. Morris
v. Harris, 9 Gill, 20. Johns v. Reardon and Wife, 11 Md. 465. McKee v.
McKee's Adm'r, 17 Md 352. Central Bank v. Copeland, 18 Md. 305. Steffey
v. Steffey, 19 Md 5. Davis v. Patton, 19 Md 121. Matthews v. Dare, 20 Md.
271. Wright v. Kuhn, 20 Md. 424. Emerick B. Coakley, 35 Md. 188. Preston
v. Fryer, 38 Md. 221. Gebb v. Rose, 40 Md. 387. Grove v. Todd, 41 Md. 633.
Whitridge v. Barry, 42 Md 140. Miller v. Miller, 42 Md. 631 Greenholtz v.
Haeffer, 53 Md. 186 Armstrong v. Kerns, 61 Md. 366.

P. G. L., (1860,) art. 45, sec. 12. 1798, ch. 101, sub-ch. 5, sec. 8.

13. A husband bringing a personal action to recover in right
of his wife after her death, may declare specially setting forth,
in the usual manner, how the debt or right accrued to his wife,
and stating further, that by marriage, the debt or right devolved
on him.

Hubbard v. Barcus, 38 Md. 175.

1867, ch. 223. ,

14. In all cases where leases for a definite term or for a term
of years, renewable forever, have been, or may hereafter be made
to a married woman, and the rent therein stipulated to be paid
shall be in arrear and unpaid for the space of ninety days, it
shall be lawful for the landlord to levy said rents by distress, in
the same manner as if the lessee was a feme sole; and in case of
no sufficient distress being found on said premises, to make such
re-entry, or bring such action for recovery of the demised prem-
ises as he or she might do if the lessee were feme sole, and had
covenanted for the payment of said rents, and to suffer such re-
entry to be made.

Cruzen v. McKaig, 57 Md. 458.

Ibid.

15. In all deeds made to married women, since March 19,1867,
of real estate or chattels real, it shall be competent for the grantee
or lessee to bind herself and her assigns, by any covenant running
with or relating to said real estate or chattels real, the same as if
she was a feme sole.

Worthington v. Cooke, 52 Md 306

 

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