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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Cohabitation: Law, Practice and Precedents 6th ed isbn 9781846619878

Cohabitation: Law, Practice and Precedents 5th ed


ISBN13: 9781846612831
New Edition ISBN: 9781846619878
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781846611636
Published: January 2012
Publisher: Jordan Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback & CD-ROM
Price: Out of print



The numbers of unmarried cohabiting couples continue to increase, with the result that the law and practice relating to this area continues to grow in significance for family and private client lawyers.

This new edition of Cohabitation: Law Practice and Precedents has been extensively revised to take account of the Family Procedure Rules 2010 and includes a new section on welfare benefits, as well as analysis of significant case law such as the Supreme Court’s ruling in Kernott v Jones.

Whether preparing a cohabitation contract or ante-nuptial agreement, drafting wills for cohabiting couples, advising on rights on the breakdown of a relationship or the death of a partner, or applying for a personal protection order or a parental responsibility agreement, practitioners will find authoritative analysis of the applicable law and expert guidance on procedural issues.

Cohabitation: Law, Practice and Precedents is the only work on the subject to provide commentary, checklists, procedural guides and precedents in a single volume making it an invaluable aid to all practitioners advising unmarried couples. This new edition comes with a CD-ROM containing all the precedents covered in the volume.

Subjects:
Property Law, Family Law
Contents:
Property
Cohabitation Agreements
Taxation of Unmarried Couples
Personal Protection
Children
Death and Succession
Pension Rights of Cohabitants
Ante-nuptial Agreements
Cohabitation and Welfare Benefits
Miscellaneous.