Scotland's Gay Marriage Law

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Congratulations, Scotland!

Gay marriage is now legal.

 It brings Scotland into line with England and Wales and means that we should see the first Scottish same-sex marriages on December 31st 2014 (there's a 15 day notice period).

Scottish couples already in a civil partnership will be able to convert to marriage from today, too.
And the process will be free until December 2015.

We should be congratulating Luxembourg, too. The small, landlocked European nation is due to legalise same-sex marriages on January 1st 2015.

So slowly, we are getting there.

Scotland (2014)
England and Wales (2013)
February 2014.
Brazil (2013)
France (2013)
New Zealand (2013)
Uruguay (2013)
Denmark (2012)
Argentina (2010)
Portugal (2010)
Iceland (2010)
Sweden (2009)
Norway (2009)
South Africa (2006)
Spain (2005)
Canada (2005)
Belgium (2003)
The Netherlands (2000)

We'd like to send our best wishes to all the couples north of the border. If you're planning a wedding or civil partnership, then don't forget to check out the amazing venues and services listed in our directory. You can find the Scottish venues here, the English venues here and the Welsh here






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