Registered partnerships were granted virtually all the protections, responsibilities and benefits of marriage, including arrangements for the breakdown of the relationship.The act stated that the articles in the Adoption Act relating to married couples shall not apply for registered partners.It also stated that artificial insemination can only be given to a married couple or cohabitants of opposite sexes.In June 2001, however, the Norwegian Parliament approved a bill allowing registered partners to adopt their partner's children.
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Norway became the first Scandinavian country and the sixth country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage.
Previously, from 1993 to 2008, Norway allowed same-sex couples to enter registered partnerships.
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i'm small but i'm skinny,slim ^^ , i like smile, laugh,cheerful,fun. Your Guide to Norway: ● Norway Page ● Culture & Identity - Food, Dining, & Drinks - Genetics, Language, & Religion - Relationships, Marriage, & Family - Social Life - Holidays, Festivals, & Events - Architecture ● History ● Geography, Weather, & Wildlife ● Blogs When, and if, couples decide to marry, they do so for a number of reasons.Many simply decide it's the right time to marry, while others marry for legal reasons, or to have a large party.Children are sometimes born prior to marriage, but most children are conceived willingly and parents, married or not, often share the responsibilities and household chores.