Same-sex marriage in Santa Catarina

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Recognition of same-sex unions in South America
  Same-sex marriage
  Other type of partnership
  Unrecognized or unknown
  No recognition, same-sex marriage banned by the constitution
  Same-sex sexual activity illegal

Legal recognition of
same-sex relationships
Marriage
Recognized
Previously performed but not invalidated
  1. Can be registered also in Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten
  2. When performed in Mexican states that have legalized same-sex marriage

*Not yet in effect

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Same-sex marriage became legal in the state of Santa Catarina on April 29, 2013, when state's General Magistrate of Justice (Corregedoria Geral de Justiça) ruled that all notaries statewide are obligated to issue marriage licences for same-sex couples.[1][2]

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