Common property: If a couple acquires real estate in common, but only one partner is mentioned in the agreement (usually, if the other partner has a mortgage, debt or other mitigating circumstances that reduce the likelihood that it will be approved by a lender), a cohabitation contract can be used to register its respective economic owner. , with the share of the good to which each partner is entitled. Note that if the co-owners, both partners have a legal right to remain in the property when the relationship ends – what exactly happens to the property, it must decide between them. Although a cohabitation agreement is like a marriage, it is not the same as a marriage contract. A marriage is only used if two people are thinking about marriage. Indeed, many states have laws that do not respect the marital agreement if the couple decides not to marry. A cohabitation contract is a contract between people who live in the same household, who are in a romantic relationship but who are not married. (A cohabitation agreement is not necessary if you live with roommates, although a roommate agreement may be helpful.) In Canada, there are laws in each province that govern the creation of cohabitation agreements. In Ontario, there are restrictions on what can be added to such agreements. For example, clauses requiring chastity are unenforceable. Provisions that pre-determine child custody, access and custody issues may be ignored by a court.  In Canada too, a cohabitation agreement must be signed, certified and supplemented by financial disclosure.
 You and your partner should discuss issues that are important to you, how you want to address them, and the restrictions or conditions you want to include. It`s important to include some sections dealing with each of the main relevant topics, even if you don`t want to give, transfer or share in any other way.