Mor 6021
Subject_1 HUSBAND and WIFE.
Subject_2 DIVISION VI.
A married woman's deeds in what cases effectual against her husband.
Subject_3 SECT. IV.
Operation of Inhibition in taking off the effect of Prępositura.
26 July 1520
A husband found not obliged to pay even for small necessaries to his family, where, he instructed his giving to his wife a sufficient competency for defraying such charges, and that she was also inhibited before the furnishing.
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Jean Kincaid, executrix to her husband Walter Yule, pursues Alison Cranston, and Peter Sanderson her spouse, for payment of L. 107 of a bond made by
Alison to the defunct, without her husband's consent.—Replied, The bond is granted for mean and small furnishings, viz. ale, bread, salt, candle, soap, and other small furnishing, for entertainment of the house in anno 1617.—Duplied, She had no necessity to contract such debt, because her husband paid to diverse persons, her creditors, and to herself, L. 500 for entertainment of her and her family, and others, their necessaries in meat, anno 1617; likeas she was inhibited anno 1616, before the making of the bond. Admits the exception and duply to probation. Clerk, Hay.
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