A couple who had their marriage solemnised at the Registry of Marriages (ROM) are taking the Registrar to court for deleting the marriage entry from official records after the man had surgery done to become a woman.
They are seeking a High Court judicial review of the Registrar's decision to void their marriage under the Women's Charter and a court order to restore their marriage entry on the State Marriage Registry. At issue is whether their marriage remains valid as a matter of law and if the Registrar exceeded her powers in deleting the marriage entry.
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