What does common law partner mean for car insurance?

Posted on July 25, 2012 by Guest Writer
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When it comes to car insurance, a common law partner means any two adults that are in a relationship together and have been living at the same address for 6 months or more. The ruling of common law partner does not discriminate against same-sex relationships, yet does differ from a civil partnership.

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