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However, the Act does provide couples with an institution similar to stepchild adoption called partner-guardianship.The Act also recognizes and defines unregistered same-sex relationships as informal life partners, thus making them equal to registered life partnerships after they have been cohabiting for a minimum of 3 years.On 2 August 2013, Minister of Administration Arsen Bauk once more confirmed that the name of the law will be the Life Partnership Act, that registration of life partnerships would be identical to marriage, and that the law should make same-sex couples equal to married couples, apart from adoption.However, he did say that stepchild adoption is being considered. Public debate about the law was announced for September that year, and the introduction of the law before the Parliament by the end of it.Croatia first recognized same-sex couples in 2003 through a law on unregistered same-sex unions which was replaced by the Life Partnership Act.The Croatian Parliament passed the new law on 15 July 2014, taking effect in two stages (5 August 2014 and 1 September 2014).LGBT associations Iskorak and Kontra, expressed their satisfaction with the fact that registration at register offices will be possible, but at the same time expressed disappointment with same-sex couples being excluded from the family law, thus making it possible for the law to include less rights than expected as a result of political trade and concessions.
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On , Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanović announced further expansion of rights for same-sex couples.
At this point it was not known which of the well-known terms such as civil union or registered partnership would be used, but it was certain that Croatian family law would not be modified for this purpose, but rather a new law dealing with this issue would be introduced, thus implying that the term marriage will not be used.
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Croatia recognizes life partnerships for same-sex couples through the Life Partnership Act, making same-sex couples equal to married couples in everything except adoption.
Initially, the law that would recognize registered partnerships with most of the rights enjoyed by heterosexual couples was planned, but the right-wing Croatian Peasant Party that was the only right-wing party of the coalition threatened to leave the Government should they insist on this law, so the compromise had to be reached in order to save the Government.