The recent Family Law Reform in Quebec makes no mention of non-traditional unions. No formal legal regime regulates the economic responsibility of homosexual partners.
The author studies the most flagrant pecuniary consequences of the inability of a homosexual couple to marry and explores the possible effects of such a union on the property rights of the partners.
A contractual agreement that does not necessarily off end public order and good morals may appear to be a solution to the aspirations of certain couples.
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