Marriage

ORS 106.345
Equivalency of privileges, immunities, rights, benefits and responsibilities


It is the policy of this state that:

(1)

Any privilege, immunity, right or benefit granted by statute, administrative or court rule, policy, common law or any other law to an individual because the individual is or was married to an individual of a different sex, is granted on equivalent terms, substantive and procedural, to an individual who is or was married to an individual of the same sex.

(2)

Any responsibility imposed by statute, administrative or court rule, policy, common law or any other law on an individual because the individual is or was married to an individual of a different sex, is imposed on equivalent terms, substantive and procedural, to an individual who is or was married to an individual of the same sex.

(3)

Any privilege, immunity, right, benefit or responsibility granted or imposed by statute, administrative or court rule, policy, common law or any other law to or on a married individual with respect to a child of either of the individuals in the marriage is granted or imposed on equivalent terms, substantive and procedural, to all individuals in any marriage without regard to whether the individuals in the marriage are of different sex or of the same sex. [2016 c.46 §3]
Note: 106.345 (Equivalency of privileges, immunities, rights, benefits and responsibilities) was enacted into law by the Legislative Assembly but was not added to or made a part of ORS chapter 106 or any series therein by legislative action. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.

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May 30, 2023