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Car Insurance - Marital Status

lanc_red Avatar
6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Just a quick question regarding car insurance for a friend.

When selecting the marital status bit, what does Common Law mean? does this mean similar to Co-Habiitng?

cheers
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
It would be best to ask the insurance company. I do not believe common law is a legally defined.
Insurance companies find any excuse to not pay out, so let them confirm.
banned#2
You save money getting married, as I found out :)
#3
it means living together as a married couple
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lumoruk
You save money getting married, as I found out :)


It costs to get married though :?
banned#5
DLM
It costs to get married though :?


well I was referring to car insurance
#6
It just means you get the benefits without the commitment.;-)

It is a legal term for living together as Man and Wife without being married.
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lumoruk
well I was referring to car insurance


I know but it is cheaper not to get married :thumbsup:
banned#8
DLM
I know but it is cheaper not to get married :thumbsup:


Nah getting married is VERY enriching :-D
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lumoruk
Nah getting married is VERY enriching :-D


Congratulations :thumbsup:
#10
Inactive
It just means you get the benefits without the commitment.;-)

It is a legal term for living together as Man and Wife without being married.


Funny that...Common law partners doesnt exist in legal terms im afraid...the law basically says there is no such thing, there are co-habitees, but that is it. :thumbsup:
#11
lumoruk
You save money getting married, as I found out :)


How so, you get a higher tax rate as a married couple? :?
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gal2792t
How so, you get a higher tax rate as a married couple? :?


WHAT!? I can't find any reference to this other than a married couples allowance of 10% for old people. There is no difference in my tax allowance when I use the site below, clicking married or unmarried.

http://listentotaxman.com/index.php?c=1&yr=2009&age=0&add=0&code=&pension=3.5&time=1&ingr=24%2C000&vw[]=yr&vw[]=mth&vw[]=wk

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