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WIKIPEDIA (Common-law marriage) : Common-law marriage, also known as sui iuris marriage, informal marriage, marriage by habit and repute, or marriage in fact, is a legal framework in a limited number of jurisdictions where a couple is legally considered married, without that couple having formally registered their relation as a civil or religious marriage.

Translation of "common-law husband " (English → French) :

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cohabitation [ common-law husband | common-law wife | non-marital union | non-matrimonial union ]

union libre [ concubinage | famille de fait | personne en concubinage | union consensuelle ]

husband or male common-law maintainer

époux ou partenaire en union libre de sexe masculin soutien du ménage

common-law marriageable age [ common-law age of marriage | common-law age for marriage | common-law age to marry ]

âge de la nubilité en common law

common-law marriage | common law marriage | common law relationship | common law union | common-law union | de facto union | de facto relationship

union de fait | union libre | concubinage | vie maritale

common law duty common law duty

devoir de common law | devoir imposé par la common law | obligation de common law

common law estoppel common law estoppel | legal estoppel

préclusion en common law

common law [ [http ...]

common law [ régime de common law | système de common law | système de droit anglo-saxon ]

damages recoverable at common law

dommages-intérêts recouvrables en common law

damages recovered at common law

dommages-intérêts recouvrables en common law
[14] Named after the celebrated lawyer from the University of Bologna who at the beginning of the 12th Century introduced the concept of "common law", based on the traditions of "Roman law", which was common to many countries of Medieval Europe.

[14] Du nom du célèbre juriste de l'Université de Bologne qui introduisit au début du 12ème siècle la notion de « droit commun » inspiré de la tradition du « droit romain » et qui s'est répandu dans toute l'Europe médiévale.

The current legislative proposal on CEPOL would further reinforce its ability to prepare police officers to cooperate effectively and to develop a common law enforcement culture.

L'actuelle proposition législative concernant le CEPOL renforcerait encore sa capacité à préparer des officiers de police à coopérer efficacement et à développer une culture commune à tous les services répressifs.

A. whereas ‘family’ means relatives up to the fourth degree of kinship and whereas relatives who do not cohabit, separated spouses and common-law partners are also considered to be family members;

A. considérant qu'on entend par "membres de la famille" les parents jusqu'au quatrième degré et que les membres de la famille incluent également les parents qui ne vivent pas ensemble, les conjoints séparés et les personnes cohabitant comme mari et femme;

EUROPA - EU law and publications - EUR-Lex - EUR-Lex - 32018R0337 - EN - Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2018/337 of 5 March 2018 amending Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/2403 establishing common guidelines on deactivation standards and techni