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9 February 2010

The Civil Wedding Ceremony

The civil ceremony has become a popular choice with many couples. The law changed in 1995 to allow licences to hold marriage ceremonies, to be granted to many different venues.
This gives you the chance to really personalise your wedding. Many couple still prefer a formal wedding with the ceremony and celebrations both taking place at the same venue, making it easier to organise.

The only legal requirement is that you apply in person to the superintendent registrar of the district in which you intend to marry. The only restriction of venues is that they are not temporary locations, for example, parachuting or bungee jumping.

 







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