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definition of co-habiting?

m0jojojo 11 years ago
Posts: 27 | Joined: 20th Aug 06
Hey can someone define this for me,
ive heard that someone can stay for no more than two nights a week before its called co-habiting.

Is this true? Because I dont want to put my tax credits in jeapardy.

Im due a new baby in November and would love my ex and mum to stay a few nights a week to help out as ive got a 15 month old. Only for 3/4 weeks after the birth thanx xxx
 
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