The civil status of "permanent companion" in Colombia and the refusal of its recognition in Spain

The civil state configures the existence of rights and obligations between spouses, permanent companions, parents and children. In the following lines it will be possible to appreciate in a brief way how the civil status of permanent partner has been recognized by jurisprudential way in Colombia and...

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Autor Principal: Marín Ordóñez, Jennifer Stella
Formato: Texto
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Libre 2017
Acceso en línea:http://hdl.handle.net/10901/12421
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Sumario:The civil state configures the existence of rights and obligations between spouses, permanent companions, parents and children. In the following lines it will be possible to appreciate in a brief way how the civil status of permanent partner has been recognized by jurisprudential way in Colombia and all this based on the existing legal budgets; as well as elucidating the Spanish legislation and doctrine in order to demonstrate that there is no limitation to proceed with the comprehensive regulation of unions of stable partners and clear is for the recognition of such unions as marital status