Legal rights for people who live apart together
Carter, J. 2013. Legal rights for people who live apart together.
About 10% of adults in Britain have a living apart together (LAT) relationship; they are nearly always administratively and legally defined as single but in fact they have a partner who lives elsewhere. The question then arises, should LAT couples have access to legal rights and protection in the same way as proposed (in Britain) or achieved (in other jurisdictions) for unmarried cohabitants? Using both a national survey and in-depth
|Conference||British Sociological Association Conference 2013 - Engaging Sociology|
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|Deposited||30 Oct 2015|
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