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Registrars unduly issuing certificates or licences, or registering marriages hereby declared void, guilty of felony.

49. Except in the case of marriages by Roman Catholic priests which may now be
lawfully celebrated, if any persons shall knowingly and wilfully intermarry
... in any place other than the church or chapel or certified Presbyterian
meeting house in which banns of matrimony between the parties shall have been
duly and lawfully published, or specified in the licence, where the marriage
is by licence, or the church, chapel, registered building or office, specified
in the notice and registrar's certificate or licence as aforesaid, or without
due notice to the registrar, or without certificate of notice duly issued, or
without licence from the registrar, in case such notice or licence is
necessary under this Act, or in the absence of a registrar where the presence
of a registrar is necessary under this Act, or if any persons shall knowingly
or wilfully ... intermarry in any certified Presbyterian meeting house without
publication of banns, or any licence, the marriage of all such persons, except
in any case herein-before excepted, shall be null and void.

S.50 rep. by SLR 1874 (No. 2); 1967 c.18 (NI) s.15(2) sch.2 Pt.II

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