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Civil Partnership (Registration Abroad and Certificates) (Amendment) Order 2014 (SI 2014/1107)

In force 3 June 2014. Amends the Civil Partnerships (Registration Abroad and Certificates) Order 2005 to alter the requirements to provide details of “residence” in relation to the parties to the proposed consular civil partnership and their witnesses to q requirement to provide details of address. Also, reduces the residency requirement before a UK national may apply for a certificate of no impediment for an overseas relationship under local law from 21 days to three days and the notice period before the certificate may be issued from 21 days to seven days and updates the requirements on practical requirements for consular civil partnership procedures (storage of notices and opening hours) to mirror the provisions already established for consular marriages.

SI, published: 10/07/2014


Published: 10/07/2014


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