CHAPTER III THE FAMILIES
Everyone has the right to found a family. The State recognizes and protects families, whatever their form of organization, as a fundamental cell of society and creates the conditions to ensure that the achievement of its goals is fully favored.
They are constituted by legal or fact, of an affect nature, and are based on the equality of rights, duties and opportunities of its members.
The legal protection of the various types of families is regulated by law. (opens the way to be treated the subject in the current code of Cuban family in project also of modification which will be approved in 2 years)
Marriage is a social and legal institution. It is one of the forms of organization of families. It is based on free consent and in the equality of rights, obligations and legal capacity of
The law determines the form in which it is constituted and its effects.
It also recognizes the stable and unique union with legal capacity, which in fact forms a common life project, which under the conditions and circumstances stipulated by law, generate the rights and obligations that this provides.