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EDITORS' NOTE: The digital versions of legislation accessible through Sey LII are UNOFFICIAL and provided solely in the interests of increasing access to legal information. Official versions of Seychelles legislation can only be obtained in hard copy from the Attorney-General’s Chambers, Department of Legal Affairs CONSOLIDATED TO 30 JUNE 2012 LAWS OF SEYCHELLES ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS 1. (5) Any such bank, corporation, company, public body or society as aforesaid shall, in the matter of such application, for the purposes of costs or otherwise, be treated as stakeholder only.
Act not to affect generality of Article 215 of the Civil Code of Seychelles. (4) Any order so made shall be subject to appeal in the same manner and on the same grounds as any other civil case.
(3) In any proceedings under this section, a husband or wife shall be competent and, except when he or she is the accused, compellable to give evidence against each other, any enactment or rule of law to the contrary notwithstanding.
(2) In any proceedings under this section it shall be sufficient to allege such property to be her property.
(2) In any proceedings under this section a husband and wife shall be competent and, except when he or she is the accused, compellable to give evidence against each other, any enactment or rule of law to the contrary notwithstanding. (1) In any question between husband and wife as to the title or possession of property, either party, or any such bank, corporation, company, public body or society, as aforesaid, in whose books any stocks, funds, or shares of either party may be standing, may apply by petition in a summary way to a Judge.
(3) In any such action against husband and wife jointly, or if it appears that the husband is liable for the debt or damages recovered or any part thereof, the judgment to the extent of the amount for which the husband is liable shall be a joint judgment against the husband personally and against the wife as to her separate property; and as to the residue, if any, of such debt and damages, the judgment shall be a separate judgment against the wife as to her separate property only. (1) A wife doing any act with respect to any property of her husband, which, if done by the husband with respect to property of the wife, would make the husband liable to criminal proceedings by the wife under this Act, shall in like manner be liable to criminal proceedings by her husband.