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USA Statutes : alabama
Title : Title 35 PROPERTY.
Chapter : Chapter 01 GENERAL PROVISIONS.
Section 35-1-1

Section 35-1-1
Right of aliens to take, hold and transmit property.

An alien, resident or nonresident may take and hold property, real and personal, in this state, either by purchase, descent or devise, and may dispose of and transmit the same by sale, descent or devise as a native citizen.

(Code 1876, §2860; Code 1886, §1914; Code 1896, §419; Code 1907, §2831; Code 1923, §6071; Code 1940, T. 47, §1.)Section 35-1-2

Section 35-1-2
Inter vivos gift of assets void if donor left without means of support.

(a) All inter vivos gifts of assets, including but not limited to money, lands or buildings, are void if the donor is left without means of support and does not reserve for himself for life an adequate amount separate from that gift to provide for his subsistence; provided, that this section shall not apply to any gift not expressly and specifically declared void hereunder by an administrative or judicial tribunal of competent jurisdiction within the two-year period immediately following the date of the gift.

(b) As used in this section, unless the context clearly requires a different meaning, 'subsistence' means that amount of money or its equivalent necessary to provide one with the minimum necessities of life, such as food, clothing, shelter and medical care.

(Acts 1977, No. 803, p. 1385.)Section 35-1-3

Section 35-1-3
Disposition of unsolicited goods delivered by mail or common carrier.

Unless otherwise agreed, where unsolicited goods are delivered by mail or common carrier to a person, he has a right to refuse to accept delivery of the goods and is not bound to return such goods to the sender. If such unsolicited goods are addressed to or intended for the recipient, they shall be deemed a gift to the recipient, who may use them or dispose of them in any manner without any obligation to the sender.

(Acts 1980, No. 80-802, p. 1635.)

USA Statutes : alabama