LEGAL PROTECTION FOR THE SERVICE MAN AND HIS FAMILY by

LEGAL PROTECTION FOR THE SERVICE MAN AND HIS FAMILY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a ""must book"" for public libraries, where the demand for information about the rights and privileges -- from the legal angle -- of the service man and his family are certain to be daily problems. Since the passage of the Selective Service Act of 1940, questions have been studied and rulings made; this is an analysis of such rulings as they effect rent, insurance, contracts, installment buying, storage charges, mortgages, taxes, alimony, family allotments, and so on. There is also a survey of state marriage laws, in so far as they would relate to the possibility of marriage at brief notice. An appendix contains the text of the Act and the Ammendments.

Publisher: Messner