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Marriage Act 1961. The Marriage Act 1961 is a federal Act of the Parliament of Australia. It has been in effect since 1961 and governs the laws and regulations regarding lawful marriages in Australia. With respect to the recognition of same-sex unions, the Act has been amended in 2004 and 2017.
On 27 May 2004, the then federal Attorney-General, Philip Ruddock, introduced a bill, intending to incorporate the-then common law definition of marriage into the Marriage Act 1961. In June 2004, the bill passed the House of Representatives and the Senate passed the amendment by 38 votes to 6 on 13 August 2004.
Cas Willow and Heather Richards will make history on Monday, when it is likely they will become the first same-sex couple to marry in Australia. The pair has been in a relationship for 17 years. Cas Willow and Heather Richards will marry on Monday.
e. Same-sex marriage in Australia has been legal since 9 December 2017. Legislation to allow same-sex marriage, the Marriage Amendment (Definition and Religious Freedoms) Act 2017, passed the Australian Parliament on 7 December 2017 and received royal assent from the Governor-General the following day.
2017-DEC-16: Australias first same-sex marriage: Lauren Price, 31, originally from Briton Ferry, UK, married Amy Laker, 29, in Sydney, Australia, three weeks earlier than was expected. They had originally planned to be married at the British Consulate, but decided to try to have a regular Australian marriage ceremony instead.
Civil partnerships, commonly referred to as civil unions, have been legal in Queensland since April 2016. The state Parliament passed the Discrimination Law Amendment Act 2002 in December of that year, which created non-discriminatory definitions of "de facto partner" with respect to 42 pieces of legislation.
Australia’s first same-sex marriage has taken place a week after the historic bill was passed. Lauren Price, 31, and Amy Laker, 29, made history when they tied the knot in Sydney on Saturday. The
Consequently, a same-sex couple receives the same rate of social security and family assistance payments as an opposite-sex couple. Despite large equality of rights, Australia cannot have a national registered partnership, civil union or same-sex relationship scheme as a result of constitutional limitations.
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