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Default Should there be love and marriage for all people (over legal age)?

September 3rd, 2007, 20:11
Originally Posted by Prime Junta View Post
I disagree. People live together for any number of reasons. If a bunch of students share a flat to split the rent, it should not imply that they inherit each other or automatically share parenthood should one of them have a baby. Marriage has pretty deep legal implications, most of which are there for a good reason. I feel very strongly that it's the kind of contract that needs to be entered into explicitly and consciously, whatever the reasons.
That said, I can't see any reason why a contract of civil solidarity should be limited to two people.
Actually this have been discussed here already, including thoose who live temporarily together (three students living together was used as example). It was kind of a dynamic law depending who's involved and naturally students do not inherit eachothers belongings but there were other advantages that would benefit them. The party that introduced the idea dissolved but the idea lives on.
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