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De Facto Relationships Act 1996 - South Australian Legislation - sa
No time requirement for recognition of a de facto relationship
DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS ACT 1996 - South Australian Legislation
FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS - Law Handbook - sa.gov.au
De Facto Relationships - South Australian Legislation
Three year time requirement - State law matters
De Facto Relationships - South Australian Legislation
Property disputes not covered by the Family Law Act
De Facto Relationships Act 1996 - South Australian Legislation
Commonwealth Powers (De Facto Relationships) Act 2009
De facto couples and the law - Australian Institute of Family Studies
De facto relationships and family law - Australian Institute of Family
Cohabitation - Australian Institute of Family Studies
Family law legislation - Child Family Community Australia
Property division when de facto relationships break down
De facto Relationships - Family Court of Western Australia
Find Case Law: State Library of Western Australia
Matters after death - Dying without a will - Legal Aid WA
Changing names - Changing your name - Legal Aid WA
Matters after death - Challenging an unfair will - Legal Aid WA
Financial matters - Dividing property - de facto couples - Legal Aid WA
Family Court of Western Australia
Relationships section - Equality Rules - Online Legal Guide
De facto relationships and family law
Defacto relationships and family law - Legal Aid NSW
Report 113 (2006) - Relationships - Law Reform Commission
DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS ACT, 1984, No. 147
What happens when your relationship ends - Legal Aid NSW
Lawlink NSW: Issues Paper 1 (1981) - De Facto Relationships
Commonwealth Powers (De Facto Relationships) Bill.
Section 3 - Official Recognition and Regulation of De Facto
Lawlink NSW: Section 4 - Marital and De Facto Relationships: A
Division 14 - NSW Legislation
Lawlink NSW: 7. Property Disputes Between De Facto Partners
Lawlink NSW: Section 2 - De Facto Relationships: The Social Context
DE FACTO PROPERTY UNDER THE FAMILY LAW ACT
New de facto property regime
Family law resources
Same-Sex Law Reform
Laws amended by the Same-Sex Reforms within the Attorney
The Changing Meaning of “de facto” Relationship
Women, Men, Work and Family - Australian Human Rights
Australian Immigration Fact Sheet 35. One-Year Relationship
Definitions - Family - Visas & Immigration
Exemption of de facto partners who have registered their
971i - Applying to enter or to remain permanently in Australia as a
Migration Changes for Same-Sex De Facto Partners
Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby - De Facto Relationships: Am I a De
Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby - Relationship Breakdown
DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS ACT - NOTES
STATUTES AMENDMENT (DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS) BILL 2011
COMMONWEALTH POWERS (DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS) BILL
FAMILY COURT ACT 1997
PROPERTY (RELATIONSHIPS) ACT 1984
ACTS INTERPRETATION ACT 1901 - SECT 2F De facto relationships
INTERPRETATION ACT 1984 - SECT 13A
House of Assembly--No 94 As laid on the table and read a first time
FAMILY LAW AMENDMENT (DE FACTO FINANCIAL MATTERS
De facto and same-sex relationships - Victoria Legal Aid
THE LAW AND RESOLUTION OF DE FACTO PROPERTY DISPUTES
De facto and same-sex relationships - Legal Aid Queensland
DRE FACE) RRELATIENSHRIPRSR: - Queensland Law Reform
Spousal maintenance - Legal Aid Queensland
Property and financial agreements - Legal Aid Queensland
Commonwealth Powers (De Facto Relationships) Bill 2003
Property Law and Another Act Amendment Bill 2008 Explanatory Note
Claims by surviving de facto - Queensland Law Reform Commission.
Section 51(xxxvii) of the Australian Constitution - Wikipedia, the free
Family Court of Australia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
City of Sydney Relationships Declaration - Wikipedia, the free
Relationships - breakdown - De facto and same-sex - Legal Aid WA
Defacto relationships property adjustment law - a national direction
QUT | Staff Profiles | Lindy Willmott
2.2.5.13 Registered Relationships
3.2.5.20 De Facto Relationships (YA & DSP)
2.2.5.15 Multiple Relationships
Maintenance - Family Law Courts Homepage
financial orders legislation - Family Law Courts Homepage
4102.0 - Australian Social Trends, March Quarter 2012
Marriages, de facto relationships and divorces - Australian Bureau of
Marriages, divorces and de facto relationships - Australian Bureau of
crude divorce rate - 1301.0 - Year Book Australia, 2009–10
Recognition of Traditional Marriages as De Facto Relationships
Difficulties of Recognition - Australian Law Reform Commission
DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS (opposite-sex and same-sex)
Two year time requirement - property disputes - Law Handbook - sa
De Facto Relationships - Property and Maintenance Factsheet
Factsheets Index - Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania
SAME-SEX AND DE FACTO FAMILIES - The Victorian Law Handbook
new rights for de facto couples - Family Court of Western Australia
Legislation - Family Court of Western Australia
Relationship Breakdown - Womens Law Centre - A community legal
Parental leave fact sheet - Fair Work Ombudsman
Property (Relationships) Act 1984 No 147 - NSW Legislation
Family Law jurisdiction of the Federal Magistrates Court of Australia
Significant and New Judgments - Federal Magistrates Court
Child Support Agency: The Guide | 3.1.5: Spousal and de facto
Different Routes To Relationship Recognition Reform: A Comparative
Australian de facto relationships law / by John H. Wade and the
Update in de facto relationships law - National Library of Australia
Search results for '
De facto relationships law / by Lindy Willmott | National Library of
FAMILY LAW SYSTEM
CHILDREN AND SEPARATION - Law Handbook - sa.gov.au
Information Circular No: 30 Stamp Duties Act 1923 Conveyance of
One year time requirement - migration - Law Handbook - sa.gov.au
Domestic Partners Property Act*1996 - South Australian Legislation
Report 113 (2006) - Relationships - Law Reform - Lawlink NSW
Property (Relationships) Legislation Amendment Act 1999 No 4
Lawlink NSW: 17. The Problem of Definition
Lawlink NSW: 3. De Facto Relationships: Social and Economic
Same-sex Families - Find Legal Answers
Lawlink NSW: 4. Current Law and Policy
Report 113 (2006) - Relationships - Law Reform - Lawlink NSW
In the State Library - Information about | find legal answers
Review of the Property (Relationships) Act 1984 (NSW) - Anti
Lawlink NSW: 6. IVF Services: Availability and Eligibility
Lawlink NSW: 16. Other Legislation
Lawlink NSW: Appendix II - Seminars
Lawlink NSW: Section 1 - Background
Report 113 (2006) - Relationships - Law Reform - Lawlink NSW
Lawlink NSW: 12. Succession on Death
Report 116 (2007) - Uniform Succession Laws: Intestacy - Law
De facto & same sex relationships - Information about | find legal
Partner details
Life Certificate
Children - protection - Family law and children at risk of harm
Family Court of Western Australia
Relationships - breakdown - Separation - Legal Aid WA
Commonwealth Powers (De Facto Relationships) Bill 2003
COMMONWEALTH POWERS (DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS) BILL
COMMONWEALTH POWERS (DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS) BILL
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Equal under the law? - Law Institute of Victoria - Article
Referral of powers
DISCRIMINATION LAW AMENDMENT BILL 2002
PROPERTY LAW AMENDMENT BILL 1999—Expl No. 89 of 1999
Legislation Note
Family Law - Law - LibGuides at Victoria University
Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby - Overview of the Same-Sex Reforms
Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby - Relationships
Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby - Tax and Superannuation
COMMONWEALTH POWERS (DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS) BILL
LAW REFORM (GENDER, SEXUALITY AND DEFACTO - AustLII
MIGRATION AMENDMENT ACT (No. 2) 1991 No. 196, 1991 - SECT 8
The nature of dependence and the legal recognition of same-sex
INTERPRETATION ACT 1987 - SECT 21C References to de facto
FAMILY LAW AMENDMENT (DE FACTO FINANCIAL MATTERS
FAMILY LAW AMENDMENT REGULATION 2012 (NO. 1) (SLI NO 9
DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS AND TEACHERS IN CHURCH
'family' contributions under de - Australian Institute of Family Studies
2.2.5.11 Member of a Couple - Age of Consent
2.2.5.20 Determining Living Separately & Apart
Family Law Australia - Matrimonial Solicitors and Lawyers
Child Support Agency: The Guide | 2.6.15: Reason 9 - the duty to
Family law and bankruptcy
Initiating Application kit - Family Law Courts Homepage
Family Court of Australia - Web Resources
De Facto Relationships - Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania
2. Spouse or partner – preliminary issues
Births Deaths and Marriages : Relationship FAQ's
Compellability | ALRC - Australian Law Reform Commission
Compensation for Injury or Death | ALRC - Australian Law Reform
Australia's partner visa scheme - Australian Law Reform Commission
Relationships and social security law - Australian Law Reform
Constitutional framework | ALRC - Australian Law Reform Commission
Questions of Maintenance and Property Distribution | ALRC
Marriage and de facto relationships
TOPIC 2: MARRIAGES AND DEFACTO RELATIONSHIPS
Bills Digest 9, 2008-09 - Family Law Amendment (De Facto
Supplementary Budget Estimates 2006-2007 - Parliament of Australia
SAME SEX RELATIONSHIPS AND THE LAW IN THE ACT
Marriage-like relationships, de facto relationships, and Centrelink
Australian Coalition for Equality - Marriage & Relationship Registration
FEDERAL DISCRIMINATION HOLDS UP EVIDENCE LAW REFORM
Submission on Same-Sex Couples and Their Children in Federal Law
Submission No. 317 - Australian Human Rights Commission
Same-Sex: Same Entitlements: Chapter 12 - Australian Human
Marriage-like relationships, de facto relationships, and Centrelink
More - Tasmanian Gay & Lesbian Rights Group
De facto Relationships, Same-Sex and Surrogate Parents: Exploring
UTS: Professor Jenni Millbank - law at UTS
Family Law and You - Family Law Section
Latest News - Let's Get Equal - South Australia's Lobby For Equal
Invisibile law reform
Inquiry Into Legal Recognition of Significant Personal Relationships

REMOVING LEGISLATIVE DISCRIMINATION AGAINST SAME-SEX
Same-sex relationships and income tax - Australian Taxation Office
Australian Immigration Fact Sheet 30. Family Stream Migration
Citizenship changes for same-sex de facto partners – Questions and
Family Law Act 1975 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
???? - covers - National Association of Community Legal Centres
Are you a member of a couple - Centrelink
PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR CHILDREN - The Victorian Law
Sosial Marital Status In Australia (Sept 2004)
Inquiry into the Family Law Amendment (De Facto Financial Matters
New de facto property regime
Same-Sex Law Reform
Family law resources
De facto and same-sex relationships - Victoria Legal Aid
Dividing your property - Victoria Legal Aid
De facto relationships and family law
(Miscellaneous Provisions) {De Facto Relationships)
Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) De Facto Relationships
Lawlink NSW: 7. Property Disputes Between De Facto Partners
DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS ACT, 1984, No. 147
5.6. Property settlement matters - after marriage or de facto
Section 3 - Official Recognition and Regulation of De Facto
Property (Relationships) Act 1984 No 147 - NSW Legislation
Lawlink NSW: Section 4 - Marital and De Facto Relationships: A
Commonwealth Powers (De Facto Relationships) Bill.
Lawlink NSW: Issues Paper 1 (1981) - De Facto Relationships
Report 113 (2006) - Relationships - Law Reform - Lawlink NSW
De facto & same sex relationships - Information about | find legal
INFORMATION PACK - City of Sydney
Lawlink NSW: 3. De Facto Relationships: Social and Economic
De facto couples and the law - Australian Institute of Family Studies
De facto relationships and family law - Child Family Community
Cohabitation - Australian Institute of Family Studies
Relationships section - Equality Rules - Online Legal Guide
De Facto Relationships - Property and Maintenance Factsheet
Factsheets Index - Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania
De Facto Relationships - Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania
De facto Relationships
Financial matters - Dividing property - de facto couples - Legal Aid WA
Matters after death - Dying without a will - Legal Aid WA
Find Case Law: State Library of Western Australia
DE FACTO PROPERTY UNDER THE FAMILY LAW ACT
FAMILY LAW ACT 1975 - SECT 4AA De facto relationships
DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS ACT - NOTES
STATUTES AMENDMENT (DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS) BILL 2011
FAMILY LAW ACT 1975 - SECT 90SM Alteration of property interests
RELATIONSHIPS ACT 2003
FAMILY LAW ACT 1975 - SECT 90UD Financial agreements after
INTERPRETATION ACT 1984 - SECT 13A
LAW REFORM (GENDER, SEXUALITY AND DEFACTO - AustLII
FAMILY LAW AMENDMENT (DE FACTO FINANCIAL MATTERS
DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS (opposite-sex and same-sex)
De Facto Relationships Act 1996
CHILDREN AND SEPARATION - Law Handbook - sa.gov.au
Two year time requirement - property disputes - Law Handbook - sa
No time requirement for recognition of a de facto relationship
FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS - Law Handbook - sa.gov.au
Property disputes not covered by the Family Law Act
Three year time requirement - State law matters
Statutes Amendment (De Facto Relationships)Act 2011
Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby - De Facto Relationships: Am I a De
Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby - Relationship Breakdown
De facto and same-sex relationships - Legal Aid Queensland
Property settlement infosheet
Civil partnerships - Legal Aid Queensland
Family Law Act exemptions—matrimonial and de facto relationship
Spousal maintenance - Legal Aid Queensland
Property and financial agreements - Legal Aid Queensland
Claims by surviving de facto - Queensland Law Reform Commission.
Dividing your property - Legal Aid Queensland
Commonwealth Powers (De Facto Relationships) Act 2003
Commonwealth Powers (De Facto Relationships) Bill 2003
DRE FACE) RRELATIENSHRIPRSR: - Queensland Law Reform
(De Facto Relationships) Act 2003 - Queensland Legislation
PDF File, 9.4 KB
Dictionary of legal terms - D
Property Law and Another Act Amendment Act 2009
Defacto relationships property adjustment law - a national direction
QUT | Staff Profiles | Lindy Willmott
Recognition of Traditional Marriages as De Facto Relationships
Defacto relationships and family law - Legal Aid NSW
What happens when your relationship ends - Legal Aid NSW
SAME-SEX AND DE FACTO FAMILIES - The Victorian Law Handbook
OTHER FINANCIAL MATTERS - The Victorian Law Handbook
The Changing Meaning of “de facto” Relationship
Striking the Balance: Women, Men, Work and Family
WebLaw - Browse
Defacto/Same Sex Property Settlements - Womens Legal Service
De Facto
De Facto relationships and the Law - The University of Sydney
2.2.5.13 Registered Relationships
Section 51(xxxvii) of the Australian Constitution - Wikipedia, the free
Family Court of Australia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
City of Sydney Relationships Declaration - Wikipedia, the free
Relationships - breakdown - De facto and same-sex - Legal Aid WA
financial orders legislation - Family Law Courts Homepage
Family law and bankruptcy - Family Law Courts Homepage
Maintenance - Family Law Courts Homepage
Family law and bankruptcy - Family Law Courts Homepage
Bankruptcy - Family Law Courts Homepage
The ties that bind, be you de facto or married
Fact Sheet 35 – One-Year Relationship Requirement
THE LAW AND RESOLUTION OF DE FACTO PROPERTY DISPUTES
Relationship Breakdown - Womens Law Centre - A community legal
Report 113 (2006) - Relationships - Law Reform - Lawlink NSW
Rural Law Online - Law & families
Superannuation and relationship breakdowns
Member of a couple / De facto - Welfare Rights Centre

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