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Extensive notes for Family course in legal studies. Contains Laws, cases, and media.

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Family Australian family law Family law Adoption in Australia Australian law Family Law Act Gough Whitlam Family Court of Australia Divorce Marriage Act Human rights in Australia Stepfamily
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Topics this document covers:
Family Australian family law Family law Adoption in Australia Australian law Family Law Act Gough Whitlam Family Court of Australia Divorce Marriage Act Human rights in Australia Stepfamily
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by blood, marriage, de facto, adoption, step or fostering and who are usually resident in the same household LEGAL REQUIREMENTS OF MARRIAGE DEFINITION OF MARRIAGE • Union of a man and women (Corbett v Corbett 1970), voluntarily entered into for life to the exclusion of all others • Contained within the Marriage Act 1961 (Cth) – Hyde v Hyde and Woodmansee 1866 REQUIREMENTS OF A VALID MARRIAGE • Marriageable age – 18 years • Prohibited degrees of relationship – cannot marry blood relative • Notice of Marriage – one month’s notice must be given to the celebrant • Valid marriage ceremony – two witnesses and an authorized celebrant • Marriage certificate ALTERNATIVE FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS ATSI CUSTOMARY LAW MARRIAGES • Treated as de facto relationships by Australian law SINGLE PARENT FAMILIES • 16% of all households BLENDED FAMILIES • Married or...
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