There are different types of partners but the ones we are discussing today are love partners who have intimate relationships.
Members of parliament have fascinated many after they made a move that will bar cohabiting partners from inheriting the property when one does.
In a brief explanation, cohabiting kind of partnership is a living arrangement in which an unmarried couple is in a long-term relationship that resembles a marriage.
A good number of couples have a preference for cohabiting before they finally commit to a legal union in the name of marriage. One of the reasons why they do so is to test if they are compatible.
In most cases, people who are in such a relationship claim to have a right to inherit properties of their loved ones once they die.
Now, members of parliament want to eliminate this idea of someone inheriting their partner's property yet they were not married properly.
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