The first same-sex civil partnership will be held in the Republic of Ireland within months, it has emerged.

A new law legally recognising gay couples comes into effect on January 1, securing a range of rights over shared homes, maintenance payments and pensions.

But as parties have to give three months’ notice to registrars the first ceremony is expected to be in April.

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