What is COMMUNITY PROPERTY?

Community property is property acquired by husband and wife, or either, during marriage, when not acquired as the separate property of cither. In re Lux’s Estate, 114 Cal. 73, 45 Pac. 1023; Mitchell v. Mitchell, 80 Tex. 101, 15 S. W. 705: Ames v. Hubby, 49 Tex. 705; Holyoke v. Jackson, 3 Wash. T. 235, 3 Pac. 841; Civ. Code Cal.

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