[ANSTHRLD] D'Etcheverry name questions

Jim Trigg blaise at heraldsnet.org
Wed Jan 30 18:31:31 PST 2002

On Wed, Jan 30, 2002 at 06:03:22PM -0800, Ray Smith wrote:
> > Jim Trigg <blaise at heraldsnet.org> wrote:
> > > 2.He and his wife are using the name "D'Etcheverry", using the
> > > mundane-name allowance (it's her maiden name, which is her middle name
> > > according to her driver's licence). Is he able to register D'Etcheverry
> > > using her mundame name allowance (and if so, does he need to include
> > > something like a copy of the marriage licence), or not?
> >
> > No, but once her name is registered, he might be able to get it with the
> > Grandfather Clause.
>  Do you mean no, he can't register it or no, he doesn't need
> documentation to register it?  (I suspect the former, but just to be on
> the safe side...)

I mean that her mundane name allowance is not sufficient for him to
register it, but that once she registers it he might be able to register
it using the Grandfather Clause.  (Of course, if documentation of period
usage can be found, so much the better.)

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