„2) If this section applies: This law cannot order the division of relational property, unless: “ (b) that is done with respect to the status, ownership or division of their property.“ (c) the principle that an equitable division of relational patrimony takes into account the economic benefits or disadvantages to spouses or common-law partners arising from their marriage or their common-law relationship or end of their de facto relationship or de facto relationship. : We envisioned a different waiting period than the wedding, so that. B, for example, a de facto relationship must last five years before the law is enforced. This appealed because marriage stagnated by clear consent to a property regime and a documented beginning. There has been that on both sides of the commission, especially after hearing Australian studies that have shown that most de facto relationships have broken down in five years. If the property owned by one of the parties is listed in Schedule 1 or Schedule 2, it must be treated after the agreement comes into force as if it were a separate property from that party within the meaning of the law (see points 1 and 2). „c) any voluntary agreement, whether or not the agreement was accepted under Part III of the Child Support Act in 1991.“ 2. If the value of all the legitimate and just interests of this party to the relational power of both parties does not exceed 50% of the total value of this relational patrimony immediately after establishing it to one of the contracting parties, the provision of relational patrimony does not constitute a donation. When a court passes an order under section 32 (2)d) of the Property (Relationships) Act 1976 regarding a voluntary agreement adopted under this party, the Commissioner must take the necessary steps as soon as possible to make the mandate effective.“ Real estate agreements made before a marriage have often been referred to as „pre-marital“ agreements. They have generally been closed where one person introduces much more property into the marriage than the other, and that person wishes to protect those assets from the other party`s claims if he or she separates. Married, de facto and civil couples who have lived together for less than three years are generally not covered by the rules of egalitarian sharing.