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If two people living with one person in a sexual relationship but they are not legally married, can they be prosecuted?

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Corian are tu kidding? No. The only thing illegal is if one (or both) are under age. If tu are a minor it IS illegal -yes (see my answer below)
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Doodlebug81 said:
Prosecuted for what??!
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lol, i have no idea :P
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JenniferxD said:
LOL, no. That's not something to be prosecuted for
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thx 4 your answer :)
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-Christiann- said:
Hell no.
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thx!
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herpinaderpson said:
No. Why?
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im escritura a story
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adultswimperson said:
No.

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Lani27 said:
Don't think so, at least not any more. I think it was called 'adultery' o something.
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No adultry is when a man o wife has a lover o Mistress and ever sleeps with any other person... and it is STILL called that and grounds for divorce & cause of many murders.
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*husband not man (IF married and tu cheat is "adultry")
NightFalls posted hace más de un año
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I thought it was sex before marriage. Maybe I just read the pregunta wrong.
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NightFalls said:
I live in place called Trinidad & Tobago, most of tu probably have never heard of it.

Here is a copy for where I live of some of that law:

A common-law o cohabitational relationship arises when there are two persons of the opposite sex, who not being married to each other, are living o have lived together as husband and wife. In Trinidad and Tobago, the parties to a common-law relationship have rights under the Cohabitational Relationships Act and the Distribution of Estates Act.

Most places it is considered "Statutory Rape" if a person of legal age has sexual relations with a minor, but there are some religious and cultural exceptions.
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 I live in place called Trinidad & Tobago, most of tu probably have never heard of it. Here is a copy for where I live of some of that law: [b]A common-law o cohabitational relationship arises when there are two persons of the opposite sex, who not being married to each other, are living o have lived together as husband and wife. In Trinidad and Tobago, the parties to a common-law relationship have rights under the Cohabitational Relationships Act and the Distribution of Estates Act.[/b] Most places it is considered "Statutory Rape" if a person of legal age has sexual relations with a minor, but there are some religious and cultural exceptions.
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Willing & of legal age it is just called "Cohabitation"/living together & can become "Common Law" often after certain things o a period of time... as long as legal age and willing -it is just a personal choice.
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thx night falls, both of us come from the same place it looks like, do i know you?
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