Marvin v. Marvin

Marvin v. Marvin; Unmarried Cohabitation


Marvin v. Marvin is a California Case decided in 1976 which established that unmarried couples who cohabitate, while not subject to the Family Code, are subject to rules of implied or express contract law when such a contract is not against public policy.

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Reference Info:Verdict | State, 1st Circuit, Maine | United States

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