A society of people living in the same place, under the same laws and regulations, and who have common rights and privileges. In re Huss, 126 N. Y. 537, 27 N. Bl 784, 12 L. R. A. 620; Oilman v. Dwight, 13 Gray (Mass.) 356, 74 Am. Dec 634; Cunningham v. Underwood, 116 Fed. 808, 53 0. 0. A, 99; Berkson v. Railway CO., 144 Mo. 211, 45 S. W. 1119. In the civil law. A corporation or body politic. Dig. 3, 4. In French law. A species of partnership which a man and a woman contract when they are lawfully married to each other. Community debt. One chargeable to the community (of husband and wife) rather than to either of the parties individually. Calhoun v. Leary, 6 Wash. 17. 32 Pac. 1070. Community of profits. This term, as used in the definition of a partnership, (to which a community of profits is essential,) means a proprietorship in them as distinguished from a personal claim upon the other associate, a property right’ in them from the start in one associate as much as in the other. Bradley v. Ely. 24 Ind. App. 2, 56 N. E. 44, 79 Am. St. Rep. 251; Moore v. Williams, 26 Tex. Civ. App. 142, 62 S. W. 977. Community property. Community property is property acquired by husband and wife, or either, during marriage, when not acquired as the separate property of either. In re Lux’s Estate, 114 Cal. 73, 45 Pac. 1023; Mitchell v. Mitchell, 80 Tex. 101, 15 S. W. 705; Ames v. Hubby, 49 Tex. 705; Holyoke v. Jackson, 3 Wash. T. 235, 3 Pac. 841; Civ. Code Cal.