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Marriage is the gathering of two people in a way that will last for a lifetime, ruin and bodily as the law sees fit as a family.

The marriage is usually made between two people against the cinsten. Different societies have set up conditions for two to marry before marriage, and have set different rules for their later marriage. Although these conditions and rules may change over time, their gender, societal groups, health and infertility status, kinship level, separate / joint ownership, partnership, surname, inheritance, loyalty (- the right to decide, or not to testify, in the case of divorce, divorce, alimony, legal cases in which the child or spouse is the subject, or social affairs.

For example, in many countries today, individuals can be gay married; On the other hand, in these same countries, homosexuality was deemed worthy of severe punishment some time ago. In some countries, homosexuality is still forbidden. Many societies do not allow polygamy where one marries several wives at the same time. The close kinship limit was 6 degrees for medieval christians and 3 degrees for german accounts; Nowadays kinship boundaries are at least close. In the past, religions or marriages between ethnic groups could be prohibited.
The profound differences in marriage among societies have caused some expatriates to choose not to marry a native relative but perhaps to marry a "bride with the letter" that they do not recognize, but that conforms to their marriage mentality.

Marriage, as usual, forms the basis of the proliferation of the family. That is, married couples are expected to make children and raise them. As a matter of fact, the majority of human societies are married and the gathering of spouses to realize long-term goals such as bringing children to the world, protecting them, educating them and providing them for a proper life is considered to be the responsibility of the society. However, it is also true that some marriages do not have such a purpose, such as late marriages, homosexual marriages, or marriages in death.

The purpose of marriage in civil law and history is to provide a formal qualification for the mutual commitments made by prospective spouses to each other, and to the accounting and control of the rules laid down by the society and the necessary record for such proceedings. Prolonged coexistence in some countries can be considered equivalent to marriage in many ways, especially if there is a common child.