The wife can not transfer her real or personal property without the husband's joinder.
She can not encumber or dispose of her separate estate without his joinder.
But the succession which admits a joinder of times is not hereditary succession alone.
He speaks of the benefit of joinder as derived from the persona of the grantor.
The joinder of times is given to those who succeed to the place of another.
The way of thinking which led to the accessio or joinder of times is equally visible in other cases.
The husband can sell or mortgage all his real estate without her joinder, but subject to her dower.
The wife can not convey or encumber her separate real estate without the joinder of her husband.
He can mortgage or convey his real estate without her joinder but it is subject to her dower.
Darwin has heretofore anticipated nothing but a joinder of issue upon facts.