Talk:Corbett v Corbett

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Details of Ormrod's gender test[edit]

I would like to see the details of Judge Ormrod's gender test. If somebody knows them, perhaps they could add them to this article. 82.113.133.21 (talk) 12:36, 27 September 2011 (UTC)

I'd like to know more about it as well. Ormrod's own Wikipedia page quotes the following in reference to the result of the case:

"sex is clearly an essential determinant of the relationship called marriage because it is and always has been recognized as the union of man and woman. It is the institution on which the family is built, and in which the capacity for natural heterosexual intercourse is an essential element. [...] Having regard to the essentially heterosexual character of the relationship which is called marriage, the criteria must, in my judgement, be biological [...]. My conclusion therefore is that the respondent is not a woman for the purposes of marriage, but is a biological male and has been so since birth. It follows that the so-called marriage of 10 September 1963 is void."

It does not mention any kind of test, unless you can call "check out the biological sex" a test... Which you can't. I am unable to access the full text of Ormrod's decision from my current computer, but the information on this article might simply be false... ~Mable (chat) 11:51, 17 December 2014 (UTC)

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