What is a kin relationship?

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A kin relationship is that of people who only have sexual intercourse with the purpose of either producing offspring or pure pleasure. Often times, this has a negative connotation as it is used with blood relatives and the unfounded hatred of "incest." Incest is perfectly natural and healthy, so a kin relationship between, say, a mother and son is perfectly fine.

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What is kin?

kin is used to indicate family relationship.

Is a fiance a next of kin?

No. See related question link provided below.

Your aunt's second husband dies leaving a son would her stepson or her niece be her next of kin?

The step son has no relationship to the aunt. So technically the niece would be the next of kin.

Can a next of kin be a juror?

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Can stepchild override blood relative as next of kin?

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Does marriage make you the next of kin?

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Can you use kin one cases for kin onem?

Yes you can use kin one cases for kin onem. The difference between the kin one and the kin one m is not the size or shape. It is that there is no loop or the dot on kin onem

Is the oldest child the next of kin of a widowed father?

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Who said a little more kin and less than kind?

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What is the difference between the kin one and the kin ONEm?

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