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coli antimicrobial resistance profiles, accounting for the contribution of the different pet and human cohabitants as well as the household surfaces and objects.
116) They may want to preserve their assets for children from a prior relationship instead of sharing those assets with a cohabitant.
Language among cohabitants can be opaque to outsiders.
8) He referred to a number of research studies which highlighted the vulnerability of cohabitant relationships and the comparative legal disadvantages relative to the position of married couples.
The purpose of marriage, as a form of heavily obligated cohabitation, may well be to protect the economically weaker cohabitant from a form of exploitation that would reflect opportunistic behavior emanating from an asymmetry in the life cycle of men compared with women.
He denied the magazine report that he had named his wife a cohabitant in papers for the apartment and said that the woman reported by the weekly as a cohabitant was his girlfriend and that he was in the process of divorcing his wife.
1st DCA 2003), (1) "Ii]or cohabitation to be sufficient to warrant a finding of changed circumstances, the court must consider whether either of two factors is present: whether the cohabitant provides support to the recipient spouse, or whether the recipient spouse contributes to the support of the cohabitant.
Dagan employs a relatively concrete requirement of "significant asymmetric contribution" to define cohabitant claims in a way that will promote "liberal community" but stop short of imposing an egalitarian ideal on cohabitants who have chosen not to marry (pp.
He sued the driver for grief and the loss of his mother's companionship, and contended that Alberta's Fatal Accidents Act violated his Charter right to equality under the law because it did not allow such claims for children age 18 or over who are married or living with a cohabitant.