Common Law Marriage: A Legal Institution for Cohabitation 1st Edition, Kindle Edition

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ISBN-13: 978-0195366815
ISBN-10: 0195366816
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"This is the definitive work on U.S. common law marriage. Scholars of family law across the US will be very glad Professor Lind undertook this project. Professor Lind's book provides very helpful information about how common law marriage developed. His chapters on informal marriage under Roman and Canon law, provide a helpful survey of the legal historical background out of which common law marriage emerged."
J. Thomas Oldham, University of Houston Law Center


"Professor Lind's work is extremely timely and his research is extremely thorough. He offers both a contemporary and an historical perspective and his analysis is careful and thoughtful. It provides the information that policymakers and scholars need, and does so in a thorough and unbiased manner. I expect that this book will have a significant impact on the development of the law governing cohabitation."
Marsha Garrison, Brooklyn Law School


--This text refers to the hardcover edition.

About the Author


Göran Lind is an Associate Professor of law at the University of Uppsala in Sweden, where he previously earned his Bachelor of Laws and Doctorate of Laws. He is the general manager of the JURA Law Institute, which educates judges and attorneys on the entire field of law. Professor Lind has lectured extensively on family law, inheritance law, international private law, and comparative law, and has published multiple books and articles on these topics. Professor Lind has been elected by the students of the University of Uppsala as the best teacher of the faculty of law.
--This text refers to the hardcover edition.

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