Louisiana Community Property: Cases and Material on Louisiana Property Law of Marriage, 1972

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Title

Louisiana Community Property: Cases and Material on Louisiana Property Law of Marriage, 1972

Subject

Riley, Janet Mary
Property Law
Louisiana Law

Description

Cover for a case book by Janet Mary Riley concerning Louisiana property laws of marriage.
The “Head and Master” rule within Louisiana’s Civil Code gave the husband sole control over community property or, everything a husband and wife acquired while together. Janet Mary Riley spearheaded the cause to change the code for equal management and division for both partners
Janet Mary Riley campaigned for change in the Community Property Law of Louisiana, speaking to women’s groups, presenting at conferences, and literally wrote the casebook on the subject.

Creator

Riley, Janet Mary
Jeane E. Senac, Jr.

Source

Publisher

Claitor’s Publishing Division
Loyola University (New Orleans, La.)

Date

1972

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Original Format

Cover of Book

Files

UP010442.jpg

Citation

Riley, Janet Mary and Jeane E. Senac, Jr. , “Louisiana Community Property: Cases and Material on Louisiana Property Law of Marriage, 1972,” Loyola University New Orleans Special Collections & Archives, accessed December 11, 2019, https://loynosca.omeka.net/items/show/13.