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69. Corporeal and Incorporeal Property.
70. Real and Personal Property.
72. Things not the Subject of Individual Ownership.
CLASSIFICATION OF THE LAW
73. In General.
74. Substantive and Adjective Law.
75. Public and Private Law.
76. Public Substantive Law.
77. Private Substantive Law.
78. Public Adjective Law.
79. Private Adjective Law.
THE SUBSTANTIVE LAW
CONSTITUTIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
§ 81. Written and Unwritten Constitutions.
82. The Construction of Constitutions.
83. The Essentials of a Written Constitution.
84. Administrative Law.
§ 85. Nature of Crime and the Criminal Law in General.
86. How the Criminal Law is Prescribed.
87. Classification of Crimes.
88. Particular Crimes.
a. In General.
b. The Common-Law Felonies.
c. Common-Law Misdemeanors.
b. Public Acts.
99. How Liability for Tort May Attach.
100. Proximate and Remote Cause.
B. Variations in the Normal Right to Sue.
§ 101. In General.
102. Variations Based on Privilege of Actor, or General Exemption.
C. Particular Torts.
c. Private Acts.
103. Variations Based on Status.
c. Insane and Drunken Persons, Convicts, Aliens, and Married
d. Private and Public Corporations.
104. Variations Based on Conduct of Person Injured.
§ 105. Classification of Torts.
106. Assault and Battery.
107. False Imprisonment.
108. Injuries in Family and Personal Relations.
110. Defamation Slander and Libel.
112. Slander of Title or Property.
113. Malicious Prosecution.
114. Malicious Abuse of Process.
115. Fraudulent Competition.
125. Action for Death by Wrongful Act or Omission.
B. Particular Contracts.
§ 139. Sales.
a. Discharge of Contract by Agreement.
b. Discharge of Contract by Performance.
c. Discharge of Contract by Breach.
d. Discharge of Contract by Impossibility of Performance.
e. Discharge of Contract by Operation of Law.
Mistake, Fraud, etc.
137. Remedies on Breach of Contract.
141. Negotiable Instruments.
142. Suretyship and Guaranty.
PRINCIPAL AND AGENT
c. Creation by Law
144. The Relation in General.
145. The Parties to the Relation.
145. Unlawful Agencies.
147. Creation and Existence of the Relation.
Necessity - Quasi-Agency.
148. Rights and Liabilities of Principal and Agent Inter Se.
149. Rights and Liabilities as to Third Persons in Contract.
150. Liability as to Third Persons in Tort.
151. Termination of the Relation.
DOMESTIC AND PERSONAL RELATIONS
A. Domestic Relations Husband and Wife.
§ 152. Marriage.
b. Impediments to Marriage.
c. The Contract of Marriage.
153. Persons of Spouses as Affected by Coverture.
b. Cohabitation and Intercourse.
c. Obedience Domicile Chastisement Restraint.
g. Wife's Estates for Life.
h. Property Acquired by Wife as Sole Trader.
i. Wife's Equitable Separate Estate.
j. Wife's Statutory Separate Estate.
k. Rights of Wife in Husband's Property.
1. Estates by the Entirety.
m. Community Property.
155. Contracts, Conveyances, etc., and Quasi-Contractual Obligations.
a. Contracts of Married Women.
b. Conveyances, Sales, and Gifts by Wife.
c. Contracts by Wife as Husband's Agent.
d. Husband's Liability for Necessaries Furnished Wife.
e. Husband's Liability for Wife's Funeral Expenses.
f. Husband's Liability for Wife's Debts.
156. Antenuptial and Post-Nuptial Settlements.
157. Separation Agreements.
158. Divorce or Judicial Separation.
- Parent and Child.
§ 159. Legitimacy of Children.
160. Status of Illegitimate Children.
161. Adoption of Children.
162. Duties and Liabilities of Parents.
a. Duty to Maintain Child.
b. Duty to Educate Child.
c. Allowance in Equity Out of Child's Estate.
d. Duty to Protect Child.
e. Contracts by Child as Parent's Agent.
f. Parent's Liability for Child's Torts.
g. Parent's Liability for Child's Crimes.
163. Rights of Parents and of Children.
b. Parent's Right to Correct Child.
c. Custody of Children.
d. Parent's Right to Child's Services and Earnings.
B. Same-Parent and Child - Continued.
§ 163. Rights of Parents and of Children - Continued.
e. Emancipation of Child.
f. Action by Parent for Injuries to Child.
g. Action by Parent for Seduction of Daughter.
h. Action by Parent for Abducting, Enticing, or Harboring Child.
i. Parent's Rights in Child's Property.
j. Gifts, Conveyances, and Contracts Between Parent and Child.
k. Duty of Child to Support Parent.
1. Domicile of Child.
C. Same - Guardian and Ward.
§ 164. In General.
165. Selection and Appointment of Guardian.
166. Rights, Duties, and Liabilities of Guardians.
167. Termination of Guardianship.
D. Master and Servant.
§ 168. In General.
169. Creation of the Relation.
170. Termination of the Relation.
171. Remedies for Breach of Contract.
172. Rights, Duties, and Liabilities Inter Se.
173. Master's Liability for Injuries to Servant.
174. Rights of Master and of Servant as Against Third Persons,
175. Master's and Servant's Liability to Third Persons.
e. Offices, Dignities, and Franchises.
f. Corodies and Annuities.
191. Incorporeal Hereditaments in the United States
dre, Rents, and Easements.