Transsexualism: a legal perspective

Journal of Medical Ethics 6 (2):92-97 (1980)
This paper begins with a discussion of the current legal definition of sex laid down in Corbett v Corbett. The implications of this test for three areas of the law, marriage, birth certificates and employment are then examined. Solutions from the United States of America and West Germany are studied and the suitability of similar solutions being transplanted into British law discussed
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DOI 10.1136/jme.6.2.92
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