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26In the marriage contracts examined by the courts of Innichen and Welsberg, once in a single contract, one speaks explicitly of a donatio proper bridal (resistance). In 1740, Ursula Khurzin married in neighbouring Carinthia and entered into a marriage contract. Apparently, the customs were different. A few weeks later, she appeared before the court of Toblach / Dobbiacco, a branch of the Welsberg court. She requested that a copy of her contract be recorded in the minutes so that the agreements would also be available, if necessary, as a reference, where she came from. [27] Even in interregional marriages under Tyrolean nobility, terrowries appear in different forms at the beginning of modern times – also as an adaptation to the norms that were in force elsewhere (Clementi, 2009). The centralized codifications of the Habsburg monarchy in the late 18th and early 19th centuries presented a counter-talent. From 1786, when the Josephine civil law code came into force, the Court of Innichen contained individual marriage contracts with usufruit rights for the widow, whose size is based on the amount of wealth or dowry they contributed to the marriage. [28] In principle, this could be considered an antidote, although it is not explicitly referred to as such. The 1921 agreement between women and women was an informal agreement between the United States and Japan, which prevented the emigration of tanning. This agreement almost completely ended Japanese emigration to America after the gentlemen`s agreement of 1907. The previous agreement allowed women and family members of Japanese currently living in the United States to emigrate from Japan, but the women`s agreement filled that gap for potential immigrants.

This loophole had flowed into the United States until the agreement on women`s women, a rapid influx of Japanese women. [1] The legal status, condition or relationship arising from a contract by which a man and a woman able to enter into such an agreement promise to live together in the relationship between the husband and wife for life, or until the legal termination of the relationship. 1Istorically, marriage was a fundamental structure of society in the social and legal sense. At the same time, it was of great economic importance (Erickson, 2005). Large shares of assets have been managed, expanded and transferred in marriage-related contexts. Marriage contracts are particularly well suited to the search for these aspects. Above all, they give an overview of three questions: what funds are transferred at a wedding? What agreements did the bride and groom have on the management and use of wealth during marriage? And what are the rules that would come into force after the death of one of the spouses? Social, economic, cultural and legal issues are associated with gender-specific implications. In 341, Anton Seebald junior returned to Innichen with his family. In March of the same year, his father sold the neighborhood of the other house promised on the occasion of his marriage to the daughter-in-law Ursula Schrafflin, the wife of Anton Seebald Jr. The purchase price was 200 guilders.

This amount was paid in cash, as noted in the minutes. It corresponded exactly to the height of the dowry that Ursula Schrafflin had contributed to the marriage. [33] This has made it possible to transform dowry into property rights, a function that women`s dowry has rarely had here. Seebald Sr. indicated that the reason for the low purchase price (according to him) was his intention to serve the young couple and their children (his grandchildren) and to honour the marriage contract concluded in previous years. It is possible that their conflict was also present here. The family`s financial situation was probably tense.