We Are a Family: Legal Issues for Lesbian and Gay Parented Families In New Zealand
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This article summarises research commissioned by the New Zealand Families Commission to gain a better understanding and awareness of the legal position of gay parented families and donor parents compared to heteronormative families. The research and discussion raise issues about the limits and parameters of legal parenthood rights, responsibilities and liabilities and draws some analogies with English law in this respect.
Kelly, J. and Surtees, N. (2013) 'We Are a Family: Legal Issues for Lesbian and Gay Parented Families In New Zealand', Plymouth Law and Criminal Justice Review, 5, pp. 39-49. Available at: https://pearl.plymouth.ac.uk/handle/10026.1/8988
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