Re-Modification Act to the LGBTQ+ rights in Quebec (2019)

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Re-Modification Act to the LGBT rights in Quebec 2019
His Royal Government
An Act to modify the Lesbian and Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer laws of Quebec again to ban any type of marriage.
Territorial extent Kingdom of Quebec, and it's Empire
Date of Royal Assent7 July 2019
Introduced byAidan I, Monarch of Quebec
Ban LGBTQ+ marriage in all of the Empire
Status: Current legislation

The Re-Modification Act to the LGBT rights in Quebec (2019) is an act in which the Kingdom of Quebec make it illegal to have Same-sex marriage, but kept that original part of legalized the formality of LGBT equality. This was assented by the sovereign on 7 July 2019.