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  De facto union in Quebec - The International Cooperation Group   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Many people choose de facto union, also called "common-law union" or "cohabitation."[1] In 1995, close to 60% of the population between 25 and 39 were living or had lived in a common-law relationship.
De facto spouses with no cohabitation contract or other contract that could lead to the resolution of the financial aspects of their union can sometimes benefit from recourse in ordinary law, namely the action pro socio and the action de in rem verso, based on unjust enrichment.
For the de facto spouses who, over the course of their shared life, contributed to their spouse's company or to the acquisition, maintenance or improvement of property belonging to the spouse, or who feel aggrieved by the economic role they played during their life together, the action de in rem verso is the best recourse.
canada.justice.gc.ca /en/ps/inter/uni_fait_que   (2819 words)

  
  De facto - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term de facto head of state is sometimes used to describe the governor general in a Commonwealth Realm, or one who rules in lieu of the legal (de jure, or juridical) head of state (e.g., British monarch).
The de facto boundaries of a country are defined by the area that its government is actually able to enforce its laws in, and to defend against encroachments by other countries that may also claim the same territory de jure; the line of control in Kashmir is an example of a de facto boundary.
De facto racial segregation often occurs because users of a given facility, such as a library or school, tend to be residents of that neighborhood and so reflect its ethnic makeup.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/De_facto   (1055 words)

  
 De Facto Parent
A "de facto parent" is defined as a person who has been found by the court to have assumed on a day to day basis, the role of parent, fulfilling both the child’s physical and psychological needs for care and affection, and who has assumed that role for a substantial period of time.
The person seeking de facto parent status bears the burden by proving by at least a preponderance of the evidence that they meet the criteria for receiving de facto status.
De facto parent status will not be granted however if the person applying for this status has also substantially harmed the child and was the cause of the dependency proceedings.
www.jprlawcorp.com /pages/defactoparent.htm   (571 words)

  
 Family, Marriage and "De facto" Unions
In this document, after considering the social aspect of de facto unions, their constitutive elements, and their existential motivations, the problem is taken up of the juridical recognition and equivalency of de facto unions, first with regard to the family based on marriage, and then with regard to the whole of society.
The de facto unions would be put on a juridical level similar to marriage; moreover, this kind of cohabitation would be publicly qualified as a “good” by elevating it to a condition similar to, or equivalent to marriage, to the detriment of truth and justice.
This kind of union should not be identified with the de facto unions we are concerned with here (which are formed on the margin of a traditional kind of cultural anthropology), and pose a challenge for the inculturation of the faith in the Third Millennium of the Christian era.
www.vatican.va /roman_curia/pontifical_councils/family/documents/rc_pc_family_doc_20001109_de-facto-unions_en.html   (11131 words)

  
 De facto recognition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In international law, de facto recognition of a country is unofficial recognition.
In addition, the opinions of internationally renowned experts on international law are considered a justification of the claim to the existence of a state -- at least as a fundamental statement.
The claim to the existence of a state might be a unilateral act at first on the basis of such an expert opinion; acts in terms of the above-mentioned examples, however, also turn this claim into a "de facto" recognition.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/De_facto_recognition   (194 words)

  
 ::ADVOKIDS :: De Facto Parent Information ::
A de Facto parent is a person who is the current or recent caretaker of a child, and who has assumed the role of a parent to a child, fulfilling the child’s physical and psychological need for care and affection on a daily basis.
A de facto parent's right to see the other documents in the court file is governed by WIC§ 827 which directs the court to make such discovery orders pursuant to that section as are necessary and appropriate.
Upon granting de Facto parent status, the court may, but is not required by law to, appoint an attorney to represent the de facto parent.
www.advokids.org /advokids_defacto_parent_info.html   (443 words)

  
 Catholic Culture : Document Library : Family, Marriage and De Facto Unions
In de facto unions, on the other hand, reciprocal affection is put in common but, at the same time, the marriage bond, with its original public dimension that gives the foundation to the family, is absent.
However, in a de facto union, the presumption to have public recognition does not only affect the individual area of freedom, and so it is necessary to take up this problem from the viewpoint of social ethics: the human individual is a person and therefore social; a human being is no less social than rational.
It is urgent to rediscover the social value of the wonder of conjugal love because the phenomenon of de facto unions is not on the margin of the ideological factors that obscure it and which correspond to an erroneous conception of human sexuality and of the man-woman relationship.
www.catholicculture.org /docs/doc_view.cfm?recnum=3242   (10049 words)

  
 What is a De Facto Parent?
De facto parent status is a legal device that gives an individual the right to be notified of hearings for a particular child in Dependency Court and participate with their own attorney when appropriate.
De facto parent status was created in California about 20 years ago.
For example, the court recently granted de facto parent status to a grandmother when the children moved from her home to be reunited with their mother so that she will continue to be able to attend hearings.
www.sfcasa.org /articles/defacto_parents.htm   (332 words)

  
 LEGAL SERVICES COMMISSION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
A de facto relationship exists where two people live together as if they were married but without having gone through a religious or civil marriage ceremony.
The definition of 'de facto relationship' is not consistent and depends on the particular area of law.
For de facto relationships not covered by the De Facto Relationships Act 1996, rights to property on the breakdown of a de facto relationship are governed by the ordinary common law rules of property, trusts and contract.
www.lawhandbook.sa.gov.au /index_article.asp?id=2853   (2841 words)

  
 Standards and specs: Naturally occurring standards   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
De facto standards can be temporary kluges, or carefully considered and planned designs; they can reflect an individual's vision or a committee's indecision.
In practice, de facto standards are neither the silver bullet which will cure all ills, nor a horrible blight on the competitive landscape.
The Yost Serial Device Wiring Standard is a pretty good de facto standard that solves four of six RS-232 hassles (cable connectors are all male, are all RJ-45, there is no distinction between DTE and DCE plugs/sockets, cables can be mass-terminated with a crimping tool).
www-128.ibm.com /developerworks/power/library/pa-spec6.html   (4294 words)

  
 Visacorp - Australian immigration & visa specialists
Applicants for a de-facto spouse visa must be in a de facto relationship with their opposite sex sponsor.
De facto relationships are recognised where the partners are not legally married to each other, but live in a spouse-like relationship (sometimes known as "common law" spouses).
If applying on the basis of a de facto relationship, the partners should have been in the relationship for at least 12 months at the time of application.
www.visacorp.com.au /Products-List.asp?CategoryID=126&cid=12&navid=12   (713 words)

  
 De Facto   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
DE FACTO was not and never will be about keeping up with peoples' expectations, though...
DE FACTO mined an eclectic and constantly-evolving composite of sounds, hinging squarely on tripped-out, instrumental dub.
They've utilized the surprisingly-effective melodica (a relatively cheap plastic 'keyboard' played by blowing through one end like a trumpet) made famous by AUGUSTUS PABLO with great skill and the results are stunning: their music transcends genres and ages, and suffers none from the decision to leave the songs instrumental and let them speak for themselves.
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 De Facto   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
No, De Facto explores moods and flavors more typically experienced after the show, in the wee hours of the morning, at a time when alcohol has replaced adrenaline as the active ingredient in your bloodstream and maybe, just maybe you are enjoying the company of a carcinogenic late night friend.
De Facto specializes in kooky, whimsical, and very eclectic instrumental grooves, the heady dub sounds of King Tubby and Lee "Scratch" Perry just one of the many influences vying for primacy in the strange soup of their music.
De Facto (formerly De Facto Carde Dub) has been the alias for Cedric Bixler and Omar Rodriguez's sundry experiments since the early days of their other band, the notorious At The Drive-In, back in El Paso, Texas (they have since relocated to Long Beach, CA).
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 De Facto - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
De Facto - Search Results - MSN Encarta
De Facto, in law, phrase used to signify the exercise of a power in spite of the absence of legal authority.
In 1936 the Iraq movement, under King Ghazi, began to move in the direction of a general alliance with the other nations of the Arab world in forming...
uk.encarta.msn.com /De_Facto.html   (166 words)

  
 De Facto Dance
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The years that the De Facto dancers have shared – not only in dancing but also in dance-making – lend both sophistication and daring to their work.
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 Christianity de facto
Though you are a millionaire de jure, you are not a millionaire de facto, for the fact of the matter is you have not received any tangible monies, and "in reality" you may never receive such.
When Christianity de jure is thus portrayed only as objectified justification, imputation, and reconciliation, then Christian living is inevitably cast in legalistic and moralistic ethical inculcations to attempt to behave in consistency with what you have been declared to be, and thus to justify God in demonstrating that He was indeed justified in justifying you.
The de facto realities of regeneration and spiritual union with Christ are not more factual or accurate than the de jure concepts of imputation and declared righteousness, but they are actualized in the personal experience of living in the present circumstances of life here on earth by the dynamic of Christ Himself.
www.christinyou.net /pages/defacto.html   (2074 words)

  
 De facto unions
De facto spouses who separated after June 30, 1999, whether they are of the same or opposite sex, can apply for partition of their employment earnings recorded under the Québec Pension Plan during their de facto union.
If a person living in a de facto union dies without a will, the estate is divided among the legal heirs of the deceased (children or father and mother, brothers and sisters, etc.) according to the succession rules of the Civil Code of Québec.
A de facto spouse must be named as beneficiary to be entitled to the proceeds of a life insurance policy.
www.justice.gouv.qc.ca /english/publications/generale/union-a.htm   (2246 words)

  
 DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS ACT
(1) Subject to subsection (2), where de facto partners have ended their de facto relationship, an application under section 13(1) must be made before the expiry of a period of 2 years beginning with the day after that on which the relationship ended.
Where de facto partners have ended their de facto relationship, a partner who has subsequently married or entered into another de facto relationship may not apply for an order under this Division against the previous de facto partner.
(2) Where a de facto partner in whose favour an order under this Division is made marries, he or she must, without delay, notify the de facto partner against whom the order was made of the date of the marriage.
notes.nt.gov.au /dcm/legislat/legislat.nsf/d989974724db65b1482561cf0017cbd2/5875482542d7d67b69256e5a007fc916?OpenDocument   (6252 words)

  
 Legal Definition of De Facto
DE FACTO - A thing done in fact but without strict legal authority; contrast with de jure.
A term used to denote a thing actually done; a President of the United States de facto is one in the exercise of the executive power, and is distinguished from one, who being legally entitled to such power is ejected from it; the latter would be a president de jure.
An officer de facto is frequently considered as an officer de jure, and his official acts are of equal validity.
www.lectlaw.com /def/d008.htm   (140 words)

  
 CITES BY TOPIC: de facto   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
This phrase is used to characterize an officer, a government, a past action or a state of affairs which must be accepted for all practical purposes, but is illegal or illegitimate.
A wife de facto is one whose marriage is voidable by decree, as distinguished from a wife de jure, or lawful wife.
But the term is also frequently used independently of any distinction from de jure; thus a blockade de facto is a blockade which is actually maintained, as distinguished from a mere paper blockade.
famguardian.org /TaxFreedom/CitesByTopic/defacto.htm   (149 words)

  
 De Facto Parenthood
The advent of de facto parenthood has been hailed as a victory for gays and lesbians, who, it is argued, must be allowed to establish legal parenthood this way since they cannot do so through marriage.
Ramos, one of the cases that defined de facto parenthood in Massachusetts, involved a dispute between 11-year-old Tamika's father and her aunt, who had raised Tamika while her father was away serving in the military.
Under the new regime of de facto parenthood, biological and adoptive parents, gay or straight, may find that they have unintentionally given third-party adults a legally enforceable right to their children after cohabiting or remarrying.
www.weeklystandard.com /Content/Public/Articles/000/000/011/918sohds.asp   (520 words)

  
 California Courts: Self-Help Center: Families & Children: Juvenile Dependency (Abuse & Neglect): De Facto Parent Guide
Remember: A de facto parent is not the same as a parent.
On the form, you tell the judge that you or someone else wants to be the child's de facto parent.
If the judge decides you aren't a de facto parent, you may still tell the judge what you feel or know about the child by filing form JV-290, the Caregiver Information Form, or if you aren't the current caregiver, by sending a letter to the court.
www.courtinfo.ca.gov /selfhelp/family/juv/defacto.htm   (702 words)

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