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Property of Baire         
PROPERTY OF SETS IN A TOPOLOGICAL SPACE THAT DIFFER FROM OPEN SETS BY MEAGER SETS
Baire property; Property of baire; Baire's property; Baire set (general topology); Almost open set
A subset A of a topological space X has the property of Baire (Baire property, named after René-Louis Baire), or is called an almost open set, if it differs from an open set by a meager set; that is, if there is an open set U\subseteq X such that A \bigtriangleup U is meager (where \bigtriangleup denotes the symmetric difference)..
separate property         
  • Map of the United States with community property states in red. Additionally, [[Alaska]], [[Florida]], [[Kentucky]], and [[Tennessee]] are elective community property states, and of the five inhabited US territories, [[Puerto Rico]] and [[Guam]] are community property jurisdictions.
MARITAL PROPERTY REGIME
Community Property; Separate property; Community property (marriage); Community of property
n. in community property states (California, Texas, Arizona, Idaho, Louisiana, New Mexico, Nevada and Washington), the property owned by one spouse which he/she acquired: a) before marriage, b) by inheritance, c) as a gift, d) assets traceable to other separate property such as money received from sale of a house owned before marriage, and e) property the spouses agree is separate property. State laws vary, but basically separate property can be controlled by the spouse owning it. The laws of descent applied to separate property and right to give separate property by will differ from the treatment of community property. Example: a child may inherit part of one spouse's separate property if there is no will, while community property would pass automatically to the spouse. Upon divorce community property is divided equally, while separate property is kept by the owner without division with the other spouse. See also: community property
Community property         
  • Map of the United States with community property states in red. Additionally, [[Alaska]], [[Florida]], [[Kentucky]], and [[Tennessee]] are elective community property states, and of the five inhabited US territories, [[Puerto Rico]] and [[Guam]] are community property jurisdictions.
MARITAL PROPERTY REGIME
Community Property; Separate property; Community property (marriage); Community of property
Community property (United States) also called community of property (South Africa) is a marital property regime that originated in civil law jurisdictions but is now also found in some common law jurisdictions.. Community of property regimes can be found in countries around the world including Sweden, Germany, Italy, France, South Africa and parts of the United States.