help marriage

Started by Marauder Moe, March 14, 2006, 04:50:46 PM

Quote from: "help marriage"For the most part, only nobles and merchant houses use the formal term marriage for relationships.
Quote from: "help marriage"Merchant houses also form formalized unions though these are not recognized as marriage contracts. The contracts are often identical to a marriage contract, they are also registered with city state, the difference is that because the parties involved are not noble, the union is not called a marriage.

Quote from: "help marriage"Commoners may form agreements that are similar, based on an exchange of goods, favors, or more often affections. These unions are not recognized by nor are they of interest to the templarate.
This one implies, but doesn't explicitly state, that commoners do not have marriages.

Could we get some clarity?