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R (on the application of Steinfeld and Keidan) v Secretary of State for International Development [2018] UKSC 32

Oct 1, 2018, 05:12 AM
Marriage and divorce – Civil Partnership Act 2004 – Whether the bar on different sex couples entering into civil partnerships breached their rights under Article 14 and Article 8 ECHR
Appeal allowed; held that the Civil Partnership Act 2004 is incompatible with the ECHR.
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(Supreme Court, Lady Hale, Lord Kerr, Lord Wilson, Lord Reed, Lady Black, 27 June 2018)

Marriage and divorce – Civil Partnership Act 2004 – Whether the bar on different sex couples entering into civil partnerships breached their rights under Article 14 and Article 8 ECHR

Appeal allowed; held that the Civil Partnership Act 2004 is incompatible with the ECHR.


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Trinity Term
[2018] UKSC 32
On appeal from: [2017] EWCA Civ 81




JUDGMENT


R (on the application of Steinfeld and Keidan) (Appellants) v Secretary of State for International Development (in substitution for the Home Secretary and the Education Secretary) (Respondent)


before

Lady Hale, President
Lord Kerr
Lord Wilson
Lord Reed
Lady Black



JUDGMENT GIVEN ON

27 June 2018


Heard on 14 and 15 May 2018


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