A wife may become a sole trader with the husband's consent, or may form a business partnership with another.
She may carry on business as a sole trader and her earnings and wages are her sole and separate property.
By registering as a sole trader, she can carry on business in her own name.
By registering as a sole trader a married woman can carry on business in her own name.
She was to undertake the vocation of a "sole trader," and carry on the business under the name of "J. Forsyth."
Wife cannot be sole trader without husband's written consent.
If the wife is not a sole trader her wages are community property and belong to the husband while she is living with him.
A married woman can control her earnings by becoming a sole trader through the necessary legal process.
To become a sole trader a woman must comply with certain legal conditions.
By becoming a sole trader she makes herself liable for the support of the family.