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Who can draw up a civil union contract?
A civil union contract is a legal act that must be notarized (made by a notary). The notary, in addition to keeping the original in his or her vault, will record its existence by publishing a notice in the Register of Personal and Movable Real Rights (RDPRM).
What does a civil union contract contain?
A civil union contract is a legal document that deals with your civil union regime. A civil union regime mentions the rules according to which the property of the spouses will be managed during their civil union and how it will be distributed in the event of separation. It is important to note that the property included in the family patrimony are not concerned by the civil union contract. The civil union contract will also deal with your donations to your spouse or to your children that you make during your lifetime or after your death, as well as your provisions in the event of death.
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