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ute contemplates that the plaintiff shall be an actual resident in the State, and that he does not become such by sending his family to the State of New York from another State, in which he and they were residing, with the intent that they should reside there, but remaining himself in the other State. Penfield v. Chesapeake, Ohio &c. Rail
road, 351. 2. In determining the rules applicable to conveyances of real estate from a
husband to his wife, reference should be had not only to the decisions of this court, but also to those of the State where the parties lived, and where the transactions took place. Schreyer v. Scott, 405.
See MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, 6.
EQUITY, 5, 11, 12, 14;
JURISDICTION, D, 3, 4.
See Tax TITLE;
See ConstitUTIONAL LAW, 14, 15, 16.
See MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, 1, 3;
Tax AND TAXATION, 2.
See Quiet TITLE.
See CONSTITUTIONAL Law, 17;
HUSBAND AND WIFE, 1;
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, 5.
See Tax AND TAXATION, 2.
See ConstiTUTIONAL Law, 19;
See Constitutional Law, 20.
See PARTNERSHIP, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
See MortgAGE, 2.
MORTGAGE. 1. A recorded mortgage, given by a railroad company on its roadbed and
other property, creates a lien whose priority cannot be displaced thereAfter either directly by a mortgage given by the company, or indi