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Bellinger v Bellinger : The House of Lords and the Gender Recognition bill

Norrie, Kenneth (2004) Bellinger v Bellinger : The House of Lords and the Gender Recognition bill. Edinburgh Law Review, 8. pp. 93-99. ISSN 1364-9809

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Abstract

The purpose of the Gender Recognition Bill is to provide transsexual people with legal recognition in their acquired gender. Legal recognition will follow from the issue of a full gender recognition certificate by a Gender Recognition Panel.