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Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill: consultation

The draft Bill reforms the process by which trans people gain legal recognition of their lived gender through a gender recognition certificate.

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Annex B: Consultation Questions

Question 1. Do you have any comments on the proposal that applicants must live in their acquired gender for at least 3 months before applying for a GRC?

Yes
No

If yes, please outline these comments.

Question 2. Do you have any comments on the proposal that applicants must go through a period of reflection for at least 3 months before obtaining a GRC?

Yes
No

If yes, please outline these comments.

Question 3. Should the minimum age at which a person can apply for legal gender recognition be reduced from 18 to 16?

Yes
No

Don’t know

If you wish, please give reasons for your view.

Question 4. Do you have any other comments on the provisions of the draft Bill?

Yes
No

If yes, please outline these comments.

Question 5. Do you have any comments on the draft Impact Assessments?

Yes
No

If yes, please outline these comments.

Contact

Email: family.law@gov.scot

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