MGL Ch.209 Sec.15: Wife of ward; joinder with guardian; sale of realty

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Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 209 Husband and Wife

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Section 15. Wife of ward; joinder with guardian or conservator; sale of realty

Section 15. If such guardian or conservator is licensed to sell the interest of the ward in any real estate of his wife, the wife may join with the guardian or conservator in the conveyance, and convey all her estate and interest in the granted property in like manner as she might have done by a conveyance thereof made jointly with her husband, if he had been under no legal disability.