Coalition seeks to alter proposed de facto laws: Brandis

Federal Shadow Attorney-General George Brandis has flagged that the coalition will seek to amend proposed changes to cover de facto and same sex couples so as to state clearly that those relationships cannot be equated with that of marriage, according to The Australian. Stephen Page, Harrington Family Lawyers, Brisbane spage@harringtonfamilylawyers.com 61(7) 3221 9544

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Coalition seeks to alter proposed de facto laws: Brandis

Federal Shadow Attorney-General George Brandis has flagged that the coalition will seek to amend proposed changes to cover de facto and same sex couples so as to state clearly that those relationships cannot be equated with that of marriage, according to The Australian.

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