A gift in writing, without good consideration and without delivery, is void. However, when, in order for a gift to be valid, a written conveyance for good consideration
is required by law, or when in any case a written conveyance is made for a good consideration,
the execution and delivery of such conveyance shall dispense with the necessity of
delivering the article given.
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