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    From January 1, 2011 same-sex couples will be able to apply to the Civil Registrar to enter into a Civil Partnership

    Commencement Orders for the Civil Partnership and Certain Rights of Cohabitants Act 2010.were signed today by the Minister for Justice and Law Reform, Dermot Ahern TD (pictured).

    Speaking at the signing of the Commencement Orders, Kieran Rose, chair of the Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN) said that "with this signing, the Minister is opening up a great and wide vista of futures, opportunities, celebrations and more secure futures for lesbian and gay couples".

    Couples must give three months notice to the Civil Registrar before having a civil partnership ceremony, which means that the first Civil Partnership ceremonies are likely to occur in April.

    The Minister also signed orders which will automatically recognise a wide range of foreign same-sex civil marriages and same-sex civil partnerships as Irish civil partnerships.

    Same-sex couples who are already married or are civil partners through these recognised foreign relationships will be deemed civil partners in Ireland from early January.

    The Minster stated, at the signing, that the changes to introduce civil partnership into the tax and social welfare codes also come into effect from January 1, 2011.

    Is this the year of the GAY's & LESBIAN's?

    GL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaylord View Post
    From January 1, 2011 same-sex couples will be able to apply to the Civil Registrar to enter into a Civil Partnership

    Commencement Orders for the Civil Partnership and Certain Rights of Cohabitants Act 2010.were signed today by the Minister for Justice and Law Reform, Dermot Ahern TD (pictured).

    Speaking at the signing of the Commencement Orders, Kieran Rose, chair of the Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN) said that "with this signing, the Minister is opening up a great and wide vista of futures, opportunities, celebrations and more secure futures for lesbian and gay couples".

    Couples must give three months notice to the Civil Registrar before having a civil partnership ceremony, which means that the first Civil Partnership ceremonies are likely to occur in April.

    The Minister also signed orders which will automatically recognise a wide range of foreign same-sex civil marriages and same-sex civil partnerships as Irish civil partnerships.

    Same-sex couples who are already married or are civil partners through these recognised foreign relationships will be deemed civil partners in Ireland from early January.

    The Minster stated, at the signing, that the changes to introduce civil partnership into the tax and social welfare codes also come into effect from January 1, 2011.

    Is this the year of the GAY's & LESBIAN's?

    GL
    At least the country has done something right.
    Very strange for a country who has been under the puppet strings of teh Catholic church to allow gay civil marriages but once again fair play- ye deserve to be as misreable as the rest of us

    I can see the gay escorts getting a lot more business after this goes through
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaylord View Post
    From January 1, 2011 same-sex couples will be able to apply to the Civil Registrar to enter into a Civil Partnership

    Commencement Orders for the Civil Partnership and Certain Rights of Cohabitants Act 2010.were signed today by the Minister for Justice and Law Reform, Dermot Ahern TD (pictured).

    Speaking at the signing of the Commencement Orders, Kieran Rose, chair of the Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN) said that "with this signing, the Minister is opening up a great and wide vista of futures, opportunities, celebrations and more secure futures for lesbian and gay couples".

    Couples must give three months notice to the Civil Registrar before having a civil partnership ceremony, which means that the first Civil Partnership ceremonies are likely to occur in April.

    The Minister also signed orders which will automatically recognise a wide range of foreign same-sex civil marriages and same-sex civil partnerships as Irish civil partnerships.

    Same-sex couples who are already married or are civil partners through these recognised foreign relationships will be deemed civil partners in Ireland from early January.

    The Minster stated, at the signing, that the changes to introduce civil partnership into the tax and social welfare codes also come into effect from January 1, 2011.

    Is this the year of the GAY's & LESBIAN's?

    GL
    Good news at last

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doozer View Post
    At least the country has done something right.
    Very strange for a country who has been under the puppet strings of teh Catholic church to allow gay civil marriages but once again fair play- ye deserve to be as misreable as the rest of us

    I can see the gay escorts getting a lot more business after this goes through
    Marriage equals the need for more escorts?, some equation Doozer

    GL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaylord View Post
    Marriage equals the need for more escorts?, some equation Doozer

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    Ask any escort here
    Are most of their clients single or married
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doozer View Post
    Ask any escort here
    Are most of their clients single or married
    Both..

    GL
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