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Section 1 Makes same-sex marriage legal. Preserves the Canon law of the Church of England which states that marriage is between opposite-sex couples only. States that the common law duty on members of the clergy to solemnise marriages does not extend to same-sex marriages.
Fully in force since 13 March Section 2 Provides protections for individuals and religious organisations who choose not to "opt in" to solemnise same-sex marriages from any liability including through amending the Equality Act Section 3 Amends the Marriage Act to update the list of marriages which can be solemnised without the need for any "opt in": Section 4 and Schedule 1.
Sets out the procedure by which religious organisations except for the Church of England, the Church in Wales, the Quakers and the Jewish religion can "opt in" to solemnise same-sex marriages in religious buildings. Section 5 Sets out the procedure by which the Quakers and the Jewish religion can "opt in" to solemnise same-sex marriages.
Sets out the procedure by which religious organisations except for the Church of England and the Church in Wales can solemnise same-sex marriages where one or both of the same-sex couple is house-bound or detained. Section 6 Sets out the procedure by which same-sex marriages may be solemnised in naval, military and air force chapels except for marriages according to the rites of the Church of England or the Church in Wales.
Fully in force since 3 June The Registrar General is permitted to authorise marriages where one of the couple is seriously ill, is not expected to recover and cannot be moved. Section 8 Sets out the procedure by which the Church in Wales can "opt in" to solemnise same-sex marriages. The Lord Chancellor would have to be satisfied that the Governing Body of the Church in Wales had resolved that the law should be changed to allow for the marriage of same-sex couples according to the rites of the Church in Wales.
He must then make an order permitting the Church in Wales to perform same-sex marriages. Section 9 Sets out the procedure by which couples in a civil partnership can convert their civil partnership into a marriage.
Fully in force since 10 December Section 10 and Schedule 2 Provides that same-sex marriages entered into outside of the United Kingdom will be recognised as a marriage in England and Wales. Provides that same-sex marriages entered into in England and Wales will be recognised as civil partnerships in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Section 11 and Schedules 3 and 4 Provides that, as a general rule, marriage has the same effect in relation to same sex couples as it has in relation to opposite sex couples under English law.
Sets out how English law is to be interpreted to ensure that same-sex marriages are treated in the same way as opposite-sex marriages. Sets out certain exceptions to the general rule.OC is committed to your success and personal enrichment. Take classes, earn certificates or two-year degrees, apply to one of OC's four-year programs, or work with one of the college's university partners.
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Areas of Study. General Management. Bio Jay Apt is a Professor at Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business and in the CMU Department of Engineering and Public Policy. Below are the names, companies and the tables they are sat on at the Chippenham Business Awards Please note; any names given later than a week prior to the event will not be updated/included in this list at the time of upload and cannot be amended..
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