You seem to have answered your own question. Not sure what your doubts are - you know what the decree states, and you say the condition has not happened.
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From the facts you describe, he may not stop paying alimony. However, I can't answer a question reliably, that refers to your agreement without reading the agreement.
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He can't stop paying you alimony without a court order modifying the alimony due to a substantial change of circumstances. Based on your representation, cohabitation hasn't occurred so seems unlikely alimony would be modified because your boyfriend has spent an occasional overnight.
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