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----- THIRTEENTH ANNUAL EPA CONFERENCE ON ANALYSIS OF POLLUTANTS IN THE ENVIRONMENT Office of Water Regulations and Standards Industrial Technology Division May 9-10, 1990 Norfolk, Virginia TABLE OF CONTENTS Wednesday, May 9, 1990 Welcome and Introduction William A. Telliard, Chief Analysis and Analytical Support Branch USEPA, Industrial Technology Division Revision and Updates to EPA's
Wisconsin Legislature:766.61(2)(c) Docs.legis.wisconsin.gov DA:24 PA:29 MOZ Rank:54 A deed from one joint tenant in property as grantor to the grantor's spouse and the grantor as grantees is effective to both create survivorship marital property between the spouses in the grantor's undivided one-half of the property and to sever the joint Walden, Neitzke & Kuhary, S.C. LinkedInWisconsin Legislature:766.31 docs.legis.wisconsin.gov Like Comment Share. Join now to see what you are missing Find people you know at Walden, Neitzke & Kuhary, S.C.
Wisconsin Legislature:766.60(5)(a) Docs.legis.wisconsin.gov DA:24 PA:29 MOZ Rank:85 766 .59(2)(b) (b) Within 5 days after the statement is signed, the executing spouse shall notify the other spouse of the statement's contents by personally delivering a copy to the other spouse or by sending a copy by certified mail to the other spouse's Wisconsin Legislature:766.17(1)Property Rights Of Married Persons; Marital Property. 766.01(9)(a) (a) Except as provided in pars. to , property is held" by a person only if a document of title to the property is registered, recorded or filed in a public office in the name of the person or a writing that customarily operates as a document of title to the type of property is issued for the property in the person's name.
766.31 (2). 766.51(6) (6) The enactment of this chapter does not affect the right to manage and control any property of either or both spouses acquired before the determination date. 766.51(7) (7) A court may appoint a conservator or guardian under ch. 54 to exercise a disabled spouse's right to manage and control marital property.Wisconsin Legislature:766.31(3)(b)766.31 Annotation A quitclaim deed of a married couple's homestead from one spouse to the other is not valid to alienate the grantor's interest in the property in any way that would eliminate either spouse's contractual obligations under a mortgage containing a valid dragnet clause. Schmidt v.