the ten year period of 1922-32 over one hundred cases involving the law of community property were decided by the Supreme Court of Washington. Many of the cases merely reaffirm well established principles of the law and constructions of the statutes, and the importance of these cases is largely negative. Other cases in which established principles are either extended in application, modified, or rejected, are of positive significance as landmarks in the development and growth of the law It is the purpose of this article (1) to picture that development, and (2) to append to the decisions such comment as is believed desirable.
Frederick G. Hamley,
Progress of the Law in Washington Community Property,
7 Wash. L. Rev.
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