common-law marriage definition

  • noun:
    • a married relationship current by shared agreement between a man and a woman, or because of the reality of the cohabitation, without a civil or religious ceremony.
    • A marriage on the basis of the length of cohabitation without formal service.
    • See wedding.
    • a marriage relationship produced by agreement and cohabitation rather than by ceremony
    • a wedding current by shared contract between a guy and a woman, or because of the reality of these cohabitation, without a civil or religious ceremony.
    • A marriage in line with the length of cohabitation as opposed to formal ceremony.
    • See marriage.
    • a married relationship commitment produced by contract and cohabitation without by service
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