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Henry Hinds United States Local time: 10:13 Native speaker of: English, Spanish PRO pts in category: 32
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Explanation: I like both of the other options (Henry's and Marina's). This is a more legal definition. If this is a religious type question, wouldn't it just be called "living in sin"? Or is that too old-fashioned?
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pareja de hecho
pareja estable no matrimonial
John Cutler Spain Local time: 18:13 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English
Explanation: En Peru, art 326 Código Civil, la unión de hecho de un varón y una mujer, libres de impedimento matrimonial...origina una sociedad de bienes... Common-law marriage, is historically, a form of interpersonal status in which a man and a woman are not legally married, but, in fact, a common-law marriage is just as legally binding as statutory marriage in SOME jurisdictions.
teresa quimper Peru Local time: 11:13 Works in field Native speaker of: Spanish