Distribution of Property. . . nonmarital relationship

Ashman, Allan
May 1977
American Bar Association Journal;May77, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p705
Academic Journal
Reports on the ruling of the Supreme Court of California on the case Marvin v. Marvin. Court's decision that adults who voluntarily live together and engage in sexual relations without marrying are competent to contract with respect to their earnings and property rights; Case background; Court's citing of provisions of California's Family Law Act in deciding the case.


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