ENTIRE USE

Benefit, etc. These words in the habendum of a trust-deed for the benefit of a married woman are equivalent to the words “sole use,” or “sole and separate use,” and consequently her husband takes nothing under such deed. Ileathman v. Hall, 38 N. C.414.

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