Declaration of Common Law Marital Status
a document to certify common law marital status
In Canada, common law marital status is defined as two individuals living together for a minimum period of one year in a conjugal relationship. On occasion, various government agencies will require couples to swear that they are in such a relationship. The document used is called a Statutory Declaration of Common Law Union. A copy of the declaration can be found HERE!!! and can be witnessed and sworn before a notary.
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