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A registeredpartnership has the same legal consequences as a marriage, with the exception of the right to have the partnership solemnized and the right to adopt children together.
Registeredpartnerships may not be contracted in a church or at a Norwegian embassy abroad, except at the Norwegian Embassy in Stockholm and in the Hague, and at the Consulate General in Rotterdam.
Apart from the right to have the partnership solemnized in a church and the right to adopt children together, the provisions in Norwegian legislation dealing with marriage and spouses apply correspondingly to registeredpartnership and registered partners.
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