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The Gender Recognition Act 2004 allows transsexual people to apply for legal recognition of their acquired gender.
The Scottish Government is reviewing the law in this area.
National Records of Scotland has published information about how the Act operates in Scotland in relation to the registration of births.
Page updated: Tuesday, August 21, 2018