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Minnesota Chippewa Tribe - Leech Lake Band - Tribal Code

 

Title 6. Family Relations

Chapter 3. Marital Property

Section A. Definition

Section B. Non-Marital Property

Section C. Termination of Marital Property

LLOjibwe JCT6 FRC Ch. 3, § A
Section A. Definition

Marital property is that which is acquired during the marriage except separate gifts and inheritances unless otherwise specified by this Code. The marital property is liable for the debts contracted during the marriage by either spouse.

Leech Lake Ojibwe Jud. Code, T. 6, Fam. Rel. Code Ch. 3, § A, LLOjibwe JCT6 FRC Ch. 3, § A



LLOjibwe JCT6 FRC Ch. 3, § B
Section B. Non-Marital Property

The non-marital property of each spouse is anything that she or he owned prior to the marriage and separate gifts or inheritances acquired during the marriage. The separate property of either spouse is not liable for the debts of the other spouse.

Leech Lake Ojibwe Jud. Code, T. 6, Fam. Rel. Code Ch. 3, § B, LLOjibwe JCT6 FRC Ch. 3, § B

 




LLOjibwe JCT6 FRC Ch. 3, § C
Section C. Termination of Marital Property

Marital property shall cease to be acquired upon the filing of a petition for dissolution by either party, provided the petition leads to the dissolution of the marriage.

Leech Lake Ojibwe Jud. Code, T. 6, Fam. Rel. Code Ch. 3, § C, LLOjibwe JCT6 FRC Ch. 3, § C

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