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What rights do common-law wives have if there is no will in New Brunswick Canada?

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The same as anywhere else in the USA. Canada is not a foreign country.

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Women were wives and mothers in ancient society. They didn’t have rights or the freedom within the culture.

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Posidon has had many wives so posidon has had 6 wives

They were in charge of the family household. Had power over wives, daughters and children Could punish property if his (wives, children) however he wanted. Duty to lead in family prayers. Men could legally beat their wives. Could choose to raise their babies or let them die. Could be Emperor. I addition to the domestic rights stated above, men could also vote, run for public office and join or lead an army. They also had an obligation or "munus" to the state which is to do a public duty or service. If they got in trouble, they had the right to a trial by jury, the right of appeal, and if sentenced to death, the right to be executed quickly, by beheading. These rights were in addition to the other rights of Roman citizenship.

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The possessive form for the plural noun wives is wives'.

they believed it was against thier nature or something like that

They believed it went against the natural order of things, and they probably feared losing the opportunities they had to be wives and mothers.

his wives were his wives

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Basketball ball wives is from around the world and basketball wives La is just in L.A.

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