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Should couples living together but not married have more rights?

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AB Editor | 01:00 Fri 03rd Aug 2007 | Family & Relationships
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The Law Commission says that couples living together but not married should have more rights, e.g. a financial claim if they break up. Should they?

  • They should have some more rights but not all of the security of a marriage - 298 votes
  • 37%
  • No, they shouldn't have any rights. Only married couples should have security - 235 votes
  • 29%
  • Yes they should. Many couples choose to live together unmarried these days so should have the same rights as those who marry - 209 votes
  • 26%
  • They should show that they intend to marry before having the right to make financial claims in the event of a break up - 64 votes
  • 8%

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