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After notice and certificate marriages may be celebrated before the registrar and two witnesses, at his office, between certain hours.

32. After any marriage shall have been solemnized it shall not be necessary in
support of such marriage to give any proof of the actual dwelling of either of
the parties previous to the marriage within the district or presbytery (as the
case may be) wherein such marriage was solemnized for the time required by
this Act, or of the consent of any person whose consent thereunto is required
by law; and where a marriage shall have been solemnized in a certified
Presbyterian meeting house, it shall not be necessary to prove that either of
the parties was a Presbyterian, or, if the marriage was by licence, that the
certificate required to be delivered to the minister granting such licence had
been so delivered, or, where the marriage was by banns, that a certificate of
the publication of banns had been produced to the minister by whom the
marriage was solemnized, in cases where such production is required by
this Act; nor shall any evidence be given to prove the contrary of any of
these several particulars in any suit touching the validity of such marriage,
or in which such marriage shall be questioned.

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