Sovereign Order 10.117 of 21 September 2023 amending Sovereign Order 3.573 of 11 May 1966 implementing Law 797 of 18 February 1966 on civil companies.
The list of documents to be provided when applying for entry in the special register…
Civil solidarity contracts are contracts for living together that can be concluded by two persons in the form of a common-law union (partners) and cohabitation contracts that can be concluded by two members of the same family living together in the form of a roof community (cohabitants).
Civil solidarity contracts are drawn up by an authentic deed of the notary with a joint declaration in person by both partners or cohabitants.
In order to draw up a civil solidarity contract, the partners or cohabitants must present to the notary:
They commit themselves to contribute to the common needs of their life together and common debts. On the other hand, any personal debt or personal property remains the same. The civil solidarity contract has no influence in matters of inheritance, the partner is considered as a third party, but he commits rights and obligations in social, employment, criminal, civil procedure, labour, housing, health and fiscal matters.
Civil solidarity contracts are terminated: