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Report No. 66

1.11. Present position in England.-

The present position in England, therefore, is that on marriage each spouse continues to own separately the property that belonged to him or her before marriage. Property acquired by one or the other during marriage remains the property of the acquiring spouse. In short, marriage creates no property rights, nor does it create any disability in respect of property.

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