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Marriages void if unduly solemnized with the knowledge of both parties.

52. In order to provide the means for a register of the marriages of her
Majesty's subjects in Ireland who shall be married under the provisions of
this Act, it shall be lawful for the lord lieutenant to provide a proper
office in the city of [Belfast], to be called "the General Register Office,"
for keeping a register of such marriages, and to appoint for the said office a
registrar general of marriages in Ireland, and from time to time at pleasure
to remove the said registrar general, and appoint some other person in his

Ss.53, 54 rep. by SLR (NI) 1954. S.55 rep. by 1973 NI 8 art.9 sch.3

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