Cases and Materials on California Community Propertyby Gail Boreman Boreman Bird
The primary aim of this casebook is to give law students a practical understanding of the California marital property system. The historical development of the community property concept and some basic principles are traced in Chapter 1. Chapter 2 introduces the basic classification principles. Limitations on the classification process are explored in Chapter 3, and more specialized applications of the classification principles are treated in Chapter 4. The remaining chapters deal with the consequences flowing from the classification of property as community or separate, including management and control rights and responsibilities, creditors' rights and distribution of property on the termination of the community.
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