International unification of regulatory legal criteria of the de facto marital union in globalization

The lack of equal recognition of concubinage in the legislations of different countries, leads to the fact that at present, and as a result of the constant migration characteristic of globalization, the rights or privileges that their accreditation or international recognition could grant are not gu...

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Autor Principal: Villa Guardiola, Vera Judith
Formato: http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_6501
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Libre 2017
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Sumario:The lack of equal recognition of concubinage in the legislations of different countries, leads to the fact that at present, and as a result of the constant migration characteristic of globalization, the rights or privileges that their accreditation or international recognition could grant are not guaranteed, both in the economic and health aspects and family in general, situation that is experienced in cases in which members of formal unions or marriages move from one country to another, because their rights are respected anywhere in the world while any Right is denied to those who have de facto marital ties.