(9) Nevertheless, the law on homosexual cohabitees
(10) did not come into force until 1988.
Rates of emotional and physical abuse in the childhoods recalled by these adult women were also very high, as were rates of the introduction of stepfathers and cohabitees
into the child's home.
THIS spring there's going to be a consultation for a change to the law relating to cohabitees
. "Hopefully a sliding scale of rights will be implemented.
The Scottish Law Commission wants the right to sue extended the deceased's surviving brothers and sisters and same-sex cohabitees
MFG Solicitors LLP's practice has expertise in cohabitee
disputes and the division of assets in divorces.
Successive waves of legislation over the nature of relationships between members of opposing and the same sex alike have done nothing to close the gap between the separating spouse and the separating cohabitee
His barrister, Paul Caulfield, said: "He had not seen his cohabitee
and their child for a considerable time and as soon as he was taken to the open prison he effectively walked out unchallenged."
Milani and his cohabitee
Mary Burling deny breaching an abatement notice served by Flintshire County Council environmental health department between November 18 and November 25 last year.
The present law, set out in the Damages (Scotland) Act of 1976, restricts who can sue to a surviving spouse, opposite-sex cohabitee
, parent or child.
For example, a spouse may not necessarily inherit the whole of the estate, and a cohabitee
may not inherit anything at all.
The surviving cohabitee
may be able to claim against the estate under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.
Contrary to popular belief, a "common law spouse or partner" - as a cohabitee
may be known - has no legal standing under the intestacy rules that apply when a person dies without a will.