The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has reaffirmed the doctrine of interspousal immunity, rejecting the argument that an unliquidated tort claim is separate property within the meaning of the Married Women's Property Act, despite the fact that the tort was committed prior to coverture.
DiGirolamo v. Apanavage, 454 Pa. 557, 312 A.2d 302 (1973).
Torts - Immunity from Liability - Doctrine of Interspousal Immunity - Married Women's Property Act of 1893 - Pre-Martial Tort - Separate Property,
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