What are the characteristics of a married couple that should be considered a checklist of characteristics?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from MacFarlane v Ponds, 2019 BCSC 544 (CanLII):

In Weber v. Leclerc, 2015 BCCA 492, Groberman J.A. affirmed that there is no checklist of characteristics that will be found in all marriages, and concluded:

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