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Presumption and the law: a critical evaluation of presumption in the Australian legal regimes governing the financial consequences on cessation of non-marital relationships through death or dissolution
People living in relationships outside of marriage are a significant and expanding demographic. Unlike many other jurisdictions in the Western world, Australia has for some time recognised certain non-marital cohabiting relationships on a presumptive basis for a number of different purposes. A relationship recognition regime that imposes relational consequences on those who have not consented is, howerever, a significant risk to individual liberty. This thesis undertakes a normativedoi:10.25949/19440089 fatcat:l7fzrfl6u5fd3jotrngd6rmcb4