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Community Property Subject to the Joint Management of Both Spouses Cannot be Encumbered by One Spouse Acting Without the Other’s Consent
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1975)
Looks at the court’s holding that when community property is subject to joint management, control, and disposition, one spouse does not have the authority to encumber the other spouse’s interest without his or her consent. ...
School Board Regulation Barring Married Students from Extracurricular Activities Is Unconstitutional
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1974)
Observes the Court’s decision in Bell v. Lone Oak Independent School District that recognized the unconstitutionality of banning married students from extracurricular activities and the weakness of the logic behind its ...