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Any married woman, seized of any real estate in her own right, whose husband has a mental disability, and who desires to sell, convey or to mortgage any such real estate, or any part thereof, may present her petition to the Court of Chancery, stating the facts, and the Court may, if it considers it a proper case, make an order appointing a trustee for such married man with a mental disability to join in any deed or mortgage in his behalf with his wife, and to sign, seal and acknowledge the same as such trustee in the same manner as deeds and mortgages are by law acknowledged.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Delaware Code Title 25. Property § 105. Trustee for husband with a mental disability; barring of curtesy - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/de/title-25-property/de-code-sect-25-105/
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