M v M (Marriage: Transsexuals)

JurisdictionNew Zealand
CourtFamily Court
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3 cases
  • W v W (Nullity)
    • United Kingdom
    • Family Division
    • Invalid date
    ...have married a woman on the basis that they were respectively male and female (see also the citation from a New Zealand case, M v M [1991] NZFLR 337, in ST v J (Transsexual: void marriage) [1997] 1 FCR 349 at 366; sub nom S-T (formerly J) v J [1999] Fam 103 at Ormrod J continued as follows:......
  • Bellinger v Bellinger
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 17 July 2001
    ...to followed Corbett v Corbett and preferred the reasoning in the New Jersey decision in MT v JT and the New Zealand decision in M v M [1991] NZFLR 337. The essential point of the decision appears at p.606: "Some persons have a compelling desire to be recognised and be able to behave as per......
  • J v S-T (Formerly J) (Transsexual: Ancillary Relief)
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 21 November 1996
    ...and the Netherlands, in certain of the United States of America (see M.T. v J.T. [1976] 355 A2d 204), in Australia, and in New Zealand (see M v M [1991] 8 FRNZ 209, a decision of the Family Court, and M v M, a Supreme Court decision of Ellis J. on 30th May 35In the American case of M.T. v J......
2 books & journal articles
  • A Return To The `Truth' Of The Past
    • United Kingdom
    • Social & Legal Studies Nbr. 18-2, June 2009
    • 1 June 2009
    ...Militante vOgunwomoju, 1993).CASES CITEDAnonymous v Anonymous 325 NYS 2d 499Attorney-General v Otahuhu Family Court [1995] 1 NZLR 603Mv M[1991] NZFLR 337Militante v Ogunwomoju [1993] 2 FCR 355MT v JT (1976) 355 A 2d 204Re Kevin and Jennifer v Attorney-General for the Commonwealth [2001] Fam......
  • Transgender Marriage and the Legal Obligation to Disclose Gender History
    • United Kingdom
    • The Modern Law Review Nbr. 75-1, January 2012
    • 1 January 2012
    ...of anature/artifice dyad.While both intersex and transgender people may undergo26 See, for example, MT vJT 355 A 2d 204 (1976), 205;MvM[1991] NZFLR 337, 348; Re Kevinand Jennifer vAttorney-General for the Commonwealth of Australia [2001] FamCA 1074 at [39].27 325 NYS 2d 499 (1971).28 ibid, 4......

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