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The chancery court of the county in which a minor resides, or the chancery court of a county in which a resident minor owns real estate in matters pertaining to such real estate, may remove the disability of minority of such minor. ?In cases of married minors, the residence of the husband shall be the residence of the parties. ?The chancery court of a county in which a nonresident minor of the State of Mississippi owns real estate or any interest in real estate may remove the disability of minority of such minor as to such real estate, so as to enable said minor to do and perform all acts with reference to such real estate, to sell and convey, to mortgage, to lease, and to make deeds of trust and contracts, including promissory notes, concerning said real estate, or any interest therein which may be owned by such minor, as fully and effectively as if said minor were twenty-one (21) years of age. ?The jurisdiction thus exercised shall be that of a court of general equity jurisdiction, and all presumptions in favor of that adjudged shall be accorded at all times.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 93. Domestic Relations § 93-19-1. Real estate - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-93-domestic-relations/ms-code-sect-93-19-1/
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