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§ 8. The provisions of this chapter shall not extend to any conveyance, charge, contract, assignment, instrument or proceeding,
had, made, executed or commenced, before this chapter shall be in deeds, &c. force as a law. 7 Lans.,
(138) Id.; as to prior
L. 1858, Chap. 314-An act to declare and extend the powers of executors, assignees, receivers and other trustees, and to protect the rights of creditors and others, against frauds, and for other purposes.
Trustees, etc., may impeach assignments. SECTION 1. That any executor, administrator, receiver, assignee, or other trustee of an estate, or the property and effects of an insolvent estate, corporation, association, partnership or individual, may for the benefit of creditors or others interested in the estate or property so held in trust, disaffirm, treat as void, and resist all acts done, transfers and agreements made, in fraud of the rights of any creditor, including themselves and others, interested in any estate or property held by or of right belonging to any such trustee or estate. 42 N. Y., 255 ; 72 N. Y., 424; 18 Hun, 187 ; 18 Abb. N. C., 334 ; 16 Abb. N. C., 47; 19 J.
& S., 144; 24 Hun, 467; 26 Hun, 292, 353; 29 Hun, 146; 32 Hun, 267; 28 Hun, 413; 33 Hun, 557; 21 J. & S., 532; 30 Hun, 227 ; 35 Hun, 128; 37 Hun, 628 ; 39 Hun, 284; 41 Hun, 163 ; 43 Hun, 164 ; 46 Hun, 628 ; 99 N. Y., 168, 538 ; 103 N. Y., 115. 302 ; 18 Abb.
N. C., 334. And have actions against offenders. 82. That every person who shall, in fraud of the rights of creditors and others, have received, taken, or in any manner interfered with, the estate, property or effects of any deceased person, or insolvent corporation, association, partnership or individual, shall be liable in the proper action to the executors, administrators, receivers or other trustees of such estate or property, for the same, or the value of any property or effects so received or taken, and for all damages caused by such acts to any such trust estate.
51 N. Y., 554 ; 42 N. Y., 255; 6 Lans., 31 ; 3 Daly, 26. [Section 3 was repealed by L. 1880, ch. 245.]
OF THE DOMESTIC RELATIONS.
1.-OF HUSBAND AND WIFE.
TITLE 14.–Married women's rights and liabilities.] TITLE II.-OF PARENTS AND CHILDREN.
TITLE 2B.—Registry of births, marriages and deaths.]
Of Husband and Wife.
(Repealed.] Art. 5.-General provisions, applicable to the two last articles.
2. (Repealed.] 2. (New section.) Age of consent fixed.
19. This article not to apply to Quakers. SECTION 1. Marriage, so far as its validity in law is concerned, Marriage,
its requi. shall continue in this state a civil contract, to which the consent of
sites. parties, capable in law of contracting, shall be essential.
4 N. Y., 230; 8 Paige, 574; 7 Wend., 47; 20 Johns. R.; 1; 18 Johns. R., 346; 4 Johns. R., 52. (Section 2 was repealed by L. 1830, ch. 320.)
§ 2. The age of legal consent for contracting marriage shall be Age of con- eighteen years in the case of males and sixteen years in the case of sent fixed.
females. [This new § 2 inserted by L. 1887, ch. 24.] (139) Certain § 3. Marriages between parents and children, including grandmarriages incestuous. parents and grand-children of every degree, ascending and descendCh. R.9 343; ing, and between brothers and sisters of the half, as well as of the 8., 363; id., whole, blood, are declared to be incestuous and absolutely void.
This section shall extend to illegitimate, as well as legitimate children
and relatives. Certain § 4. When either of the parties to a marriage shall be incapable, void after for want of age or understanding, of consenting to a marriage, or their nulli. shall be incapable from physical causes, of entering into the mar1744bb. n. riage state, or when the consent of either party shall have been C., 266; 4 obtained by force or fraud, the marriage shall be void, from the time Dem., 262. its nullity shall be declared, by a court of competent authority.
18 Johns. R., 346; 20 id., 1; 7 Wend., 47; 2 Bradf., 424; 1 id., 409; Hopk., 495; 4 Johns.
R , 52; 4 id., 28, 343; 16 Abb., N. S., 19; 2 Sweeney, 319; 8 Paige, 694; 4 N. Y., 230;
3 Bradf., 433, 509. Polygamy § 5. No second, or other subsequent marriage, shall be contracted forbidden. 15 Abb., n. by any person, during the life-time of any former husband or wife Hun, 22; 4 of such person, unless, T. &C., 449; 11 N. Y.,
1. The marriage with such former husband or wife, shall have been
annulled or dissolved, for some cause other than the adultery of such Barb., 55;
person: or, 121; 34 N. Y., 644; 44 2. Unless such former husband or wife, shall have been finally Barb., 198; 26 Barb.,63; sentenced to imprisonment for life: 492; 29 Hun,
Every marriage contracted in violation of the provisions of this 651; 90 N.
section, shall, except in the case provided for in the next section, be N. Y., 147; absolutely void. 40; 86 N. Y., [1 R. L., 113; 1 R. L., 411, § 17; 2 R. L., 198, § 1.] 18. Marriages
§ 6. If any person whose husband or wife shall have absented himduring ab- self or herself, for the space of five successive years, without being husband or known to such person to be living during that time, shall marry dur
ing the life-time of such absent husband or wife, the marriage shall be void only from the time that its nullity shall be pronounced by a court of competent authority.
47 How. Pr. R., 94; 8 Paige, 609; 1 Abb. Çt. App. Dec., 222; 16 Abb., N. S., 112; 7 Daly,
460; 30 Barb., 55; 6 Paige, 209; 1 Johns. Ch. R. 389. 488; 24 How. Pr. R., 213; 3
Dem., 329; 28'N. Y., 336; 32 Hun, 280; 33 Hun, 78; 101 N. Y., 40; 29 Hun, 551. Conjugal § 7. No pardon granted since the twelfth day of April, one rights, &c., not re- thousand eight hundred and twenty-two, and no pardon hereafter stored by pardon. granted, to any person, who has been, or shall be, sentenced, to
imprisonment for life in this state, shall be deemed to restore such person, to the rights of any previous marriage, or to the guardianship of any children, the issue of such marriage.
(L. 1882, 203.] Who to sol.
§ 8. For the purpose of being registered and authenticated acemnize cer. tain mar cording to the provisions of this title, marriages shall be solemnized riages. 17 Abb. n. only by the following persons: C., 466.
1. Ministers of the gospel or of legally incorporated religious congregations, the leader of the society for ethical culture in the city of New York, and priests of every denomination.
Y., 602; 92
101 N. Y.,
2. Mayors, recorders and aldermen of cities.
4. Justices and judges of courts of record. [Thus amended by L. 1888, ch. 78, superseding L. •1877, ch. 430, and L. 1887, ch. 77.] $9. When solemnized by a minister or priest, the ceremony of Form of
. marriage shall be according to the forms and customs of the church
(140) or society to which he belongs. When solemnized by a magistrate, no witnesses particular form shall be required, except that the parties shall sol- a sweeny, emnly declare, in the presence of the magistrate and the attending sos; "7A0%: witness or witnesses, that they take each other as husband and wife. N. 6., 98
24 Hun. 95. In every case there shall be at least one witness, besides the minister or magistrate, present, at the ceremony.
§ 10. It shall be the duty of every minister, priest, or magistrate, Facts to be required to solemnize a marriage, to ascertain,
by minis1. The Christian and surnames of the parties; their respective 2 N. Y., places of residence; and that they are of sufficient age to be capa- 397. ble in law of contracting marriage;
2. The names and places of residence of two of the attesting witnesses, if more than one be present; and if not, the name, and place of residence, of such witness :
He shall enter the facts so ascertained, and the day on which such Entry in marriage is solemnized, in a book to be kept by him for that purpose. [This section thus amended by L. 1830, ch. 320, $ 25.]
$ 11. If either of the parties, between whom the marriage is to be Duty of solemnized, shall not be personally known to him, the minister or magistrate magistrate shall ascertain from the respective parties their right to ties are not contract marriage, and, for that purpose, he may examine the parties, personally or either of them, or any other person under oath, which he is hereby him authorized to administer, which examination shall be reduced to writing and subscribed by the parties; and either of the respective parties making a false statement under this oath shall be deemed guilty of wilful and corrupt perjury, and shall be liable therefor. [Thus amended by L. 1873, ch. 25.]
§ 12. Every minister or magistrate who shall solemnize a mar- Penalty for riage, where either of the parties, within his knowledge, shall be under flegma the age of legal consent, or an idiot or lunatic; or to which, within riages, in his knowledge, any legal impediment exists, shall be deemed guilty cases. of a misdemeanor, punishable by fine or imprisonment, or both, in the discretion of the court by which he shall be tried.
§ 13. Whenever a marriage shall have been solemnized within this Certificate state pursuant to this title, the minister or magistrate by whom the rager marriage was solemnized, shall furnish on request, to either party, a certificate thereof, specifying,
1. The names and places of residence of the parties married, and that they were known to such minister or magistrate, or were satisfactorily proved, by the oath of the parties themselves or a person known to him, that they were the persons described in such certificate, and that they were of sufficient age to contract marriage.
2. The name and place of residence of the attesting witness or witnesses; and,
when to be
minister may be
TITLE 1. 3. The time and place of such marriage:
The certificate shall also state, that after due inquiry made, there appeared no lawful impediment to such marriage, and it shall be signed by the person making it. [This section thus amended by L.
1873, ch. 25.) Where and § 14. Every such certificate signed by a magistrate, if presented filed and to the clerk of the city or town where the marriage was solemnized, entered. (141)
or to the clerk of the city or town where either of the parties reside, 22 W. D., within six months after such marriage, shall be filed by such clerk,
and shall be entered in a book to be provided by him, in the alphabetical order of the names of both the parties, and in the order of time in which such certificate shall be filed.
§ 15. Every such certificate signed by a minister, may also be tificate of
filed and recorded in like manner, if there be endorsed thereon or flled, &c. annexed thereto, a certificate of any magistrate residing in the same
county with such clerk, setting forth that the minister by whom such certificate is signed, is personally known to such magistrate, and has acknowledged the execution of the certificate in his presence; or that the execution of such certificate, by a minister or priest of some religious denomination, was proved to such magistrate, by the oath
of a person known to him, and who saw the certificate executed. Contents of § 16. The entry of every such certificate shall specify, entry of certificate. 1. The names and places of residence of the persons married : 23 W. D., 508.
2. The time and place of marriage:
3. The name and official station of the person signing the certificate: and,
4. The time when the certificate was filed. [This section thus
amended by L. 1830, ch. 320.] Certificato, § 17. Every such original certificate, the original entry thereof entry, &c., evidence. made as above directed, and a copy of such certificate, or of such 20 W, D.,
entry, duly certified, shall be received in all courts and places, as. presumptive evidence of the fact of such marriage.
18. There shall be allowed to every clerk of a city or town, for filing and entering a certificate of marriage, twenty-five cents; and
ten cents for a copy of such certificate, or of the entry thereof. Quakers
§ 19. The provisions of this article, relative to the solemnization excepted from this
and proof of marriages, shall not apply to the people called Quakers, article. whose marriages may continue to be solemnized in the manner and 1 Redf., 382
agreeably to the regulations of their societies. Nor shall the provisions of this article be construed to require the parties to any marriage, or any minister or magistrate to solemnize the same in the manner herein prescribed; but all lawful marriages contracted in the manner heretofore in use in this state, shall be as valid as if this article had not been passed. (Thus amended by L. 1887, ch.. 77.]