When a woman reaches her 20s, she can legally get married in New Zealand.
That’s because the country is in a “wait-and-see” period before a new law goes into effect, and because the new law is still being developed, according to a spokesman for New Zealand’s Ministry of Justice.
The Ministry of Social Development said it expects to issue a statement on the new laws by the end of February, and expects that the new legislation will be “fully in place by the time the law goes in.”
“It’s a process that is going to take some time,” the spokesman said.
Currently, New Zealanders can get married if they’re married under a state’s marriage laws or the laws of a county.
But because New Zealand is a country with a separate civil law system, that means a man who gets married in one state is also married in another.
The marriage law is based on a definition of marriage that’s based on sexual orientation.
The Department of Social and Community Services said the new marriage law was based on New Zealand law and the law of the country.
It said a marriage license would be issued to a woman, and a man would be required to get a license from the Ministry of Family and Community Development, which would determine the marriage.
New Zealanders have been able to wed for many years.
It was introduced in 1977 and was expanded in 2010, and has become more common over time.
But it’s not always been so easy.
In 2002, a woman was killed in a drive-by shooting in rural New Zealand and police initially said they thought the murder was a botched robbery attempt.
The man who shot the woman was arrested.
He was convicted and sentenced to life in prison for the crime, but then he was released on parole.
A few years later, a man in his 20s was shot and killed in an Auckland apartment.
Police found the murder weapon at the scene.
That same year, a New Zealander was sentenced to 10 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to murder.
And in 2016, a 29-year-old man was sentenced in federal court to 20 years in federal prison for shooting his wife at a rural house party in the town of Hauraki.
The new law will apply to men and women of all ages.
New Zealand is one of only a few countries that does not have a separate gender identity law.
According to the Ministry for Social Development, people who identify as a gender different to the sex they were assigned at birth can get a marriage certificate that will recognize their gender.
However, the ministry said it does not recognize a marriage ceremony that includes a declaration that the couple is a man and a woman.
A spokesman for the Ministry said New Zealand was not planning to change its gender recognition laws, and that the ministry was working on a “more comprehensive policy for gender-neutral marriage.”