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when can S12(1)(g) be relied upon with

six months S 13 2A

2

When can S 12(1)(h) be relied upon

- If one party was unaware at the time of the ceremony that the other person has previously obtained a GRC, the marriage or CP will be voidable on the application of the first party, who may not wish to continue the relationship given this discovery.

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Why must a pre-existing CP be annulled before the trans partner obtains a fill GRC

this is because the CP cannot be valid once the partners are of the opposite legal gender. Once the certificate is issued, if the parties wish to continue their relationship, a special procedure allows them to reconstitute their relationship as spouses, without the usual waiting period.