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Part 2 of the Act relates to England and Wales, Part 3 to Scotland and Part 4 to Northern Ireland.
A civil partnership is formed once both individuals have signed the civil partnership document in the presence of a registrar and two witnesses.
In February 2018, the United Kingdom and Scottish governments began reviewing civil partnerships, with a view to either opening them up to opposite-sex couples or scrapping them entirely.
It was originally prohibited for the ceremonies to take place in religious venues.
We will be working closely with all those who have an interest in the area to understand their views ahead of the formal consultation." The consultation will only cover civil marriage for same sex couples — not religious marriage.
It falls within the respective jurisdictions of the Scottish Parliament and Northern Ireland Assembly to decide whether or not to remove the restrictions in the areas of civil partnerships and marriage.
Civil partnerships in the United Kingdom are a form of civil union granted under the Civil Partnership Act 2004, allowing same-sex couples to obtain essentially the same rights and responsibilities as civil marriage.
Civil partners are entitled to the same property rights as married couples, the same exemption as married couples on inheritance tax, social security and pension benefits, and also the ability to obtain parental responsibility for a partner's children, as well as responsibility for reasonable maintenance of one's partner and their children, tenancy rights, full life insurance recognition, next of kin rights in hospitals, and others.
For such registrations, at least one partner must be a British citizen.