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Is Marriage a Legal Contract?

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

In the Volokh conspiracy blog, the question about  marriage being a contract is asked.

He responded “I thought I’d respond to this on-blog because it illustrates a considerably broader point: In law, as in life, concepts like “contract” aren’t unitary things, so that either something is a contract and has all the properties of a contract or something isn’t a contract. There are different kinds of contract, with different qualities, and different possible definitions for the term “contract.”

To begin with, “contract” is a quite broad concept. I don’t want to try to give a thorough definition here, but suffice it to say that an exchange of promises might well be a contract even if the promises don’t involve money, goods, or even services. Thus, for instance, “Each of us promises not to be anyone else’s bridge partner” can be a contract; it’s an exchange of promises not to engage in certain conduct. (Note that the contract doesn’t promise that I’ll be your bridge partner, just that I won’t be anyone else’s.) Substitute something else for “bridge,” and you’ll have one aspect of a marriage contract. (more…)

Guernsey Takes a World Lead with New Image Rights Legislation

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

On 30th September 2011 the drafting of a new law was approved by parliament in Guernsey that would protect image rights and see the introduction of registrable image rights in time for London’s Olympic Games and the 2012-2013 football transfer season.

Jason Romer, Managing Partner at ­Collas Crill, reported that if enacted the proposed legislation would also see Guernsey take a world lead on the issue and provide a clear legal code for image rights, enabling effective management whilst also protecting the public interest. (more…)

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