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T, Oxford University, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson B.506, Fol. 22 A–B

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The woman in marriage, i.e. whenever the client has taken the daughter of the lord; acknowledgement of the women in the marriage as sets of subjection. Then and ownership of the coibche as rath and service from the client corresponding to the amount of the coibche, and whenever they separate. It is a separation in regard to rath without sets of subjection, and a separation of a man and his wife is subsequent to a separation of a lord and his client, and a separation of a lord and his client is not brought about by a separation of a man and his wife. If the separation between a lord and his client happened after that, an equivalent of the coibche from the personal property of the client is brought forward then so that the separation is done in accordance with the nature of the separation.

Keywords: coibche ; lord; marriage; personal property; separation

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