Are Cohabitation Agreements legally binding?

Cohabitation Agreements are legally binding when executed correctly. They should be properly drafted to ensure the agreement is clear and unambiguous, and signed as a deed. Courts typically uphold and enforce these agreements, ensuring that the terms outlined within them are legally recognised and followed.

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