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The effects of marriage

The effects of marriage

PERSONAL RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF SUBSIDIES

PERSONAL RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF SUBSIDIES
Art. 25. - The man and the woman have equal rights and obligations in marriage.
Art. 26. - The husbands decide by mutual agreement in everything regarding the marriage.
Art. 27. - At the conclusion of the marriage, the future spouses will declare, in front of the delegate of civil status7, the name they were invited to wear in the marriage.
Husbands can keep their names before marriage, take the name of one or another of them or their names reunited.
Art. 28. - Spouses are obliged to wear during the marriage the common name declared. If the husbands were invited to wear a common name during the marriage and declared it at the conclusion of the marriage according to the provisions of Art. 27 of the present code, each spouse will not be able to request the change of this name, by administrative means, only with the consent the other husband.
THE HERITAGE RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE SOTILES
Art. 29 - Spouses are obliged to contribute, in relation to the means of each one, to the expenses of the marriage.
Art. 30 - The goods acquired during the marriage, by any of the spouses, are, from the date of their acquisition, common assets of the spouses. Any contrary agreement is void. The quality of the common good does not have to be proven.
Art. 31 - They are not common goods, but own assets of each spouse:
a) the goods acquired before the conclusion of the marriage;
b) the goods acquired during the marriage through inheritance, bequest or donation, except if the disposer has provided that they will be common;
c) goods for personal use and those intended for the exercise of the profession of one of the spouses;
d) the goods acquired by way of prize or reward, scientific or literary manuscripts, sketches and artistic projects, projects of inventions or innovations, as well as other such goods;
e) the insurance indemnity or the compensation for damages caused to the person;
f) the value that represents and replaces an own good or the good in which this value passed.
Art. 32 - Spouses respond with common goods for:
a) the expenses incurred with the administration of any of the common goods;
b) the obligations they have contracted together;
c) the obligations contracted by each of the spouses in order to fulfill the common needs of the marriage;
d) reparation of the damage caused by the acquisition by one of the spouses of public property, if by this the common assets of the spouses have increased.
Art. 33 - The common assets cannot be followed by the personal creditors of one of the spouses.
However, after the pursuit of the debtor's own assets, the creditor may personally request the sharing of the common assets, but only to the extent necessary to cover his debt. In the latter case, the assets assigned by dividing each spouse become their own.
Art. 34 - Spouses manage and use the common goods together and dispose of them as well.
Each of the spouses, exercising these rights alone, is deemed to have the consent of the other spouse. However, neither spouse can alienate or strike a land or building that is part of the common property unless he has the express consent of the other spouse.
Art. 36. - When the marriage is divided, the common goods are divided between the spouses, according to their invocation. If the spouses do not rely on the sharing of common goods, they will decide the court.
For good reasons, the common assets, in whole or only part of them, can be divided by judicial decision during the marriage. Unbundled assets, as well as those to be acquired thereafter, are common goods.