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Births and Deaths Registration (Northern Ireland) Order 1976

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Searches of indexes and certified copies of entriesN.I.

34.—(1) The Registrar General shall cause indexes of all the entries in the registers in his custody to be made and kept in the General Register Office.

(2) Any person may—

(a)search any index which is, under paragraph (1), kept in the General Register Office at any time during which the Office is open to the public; and

(b)require the Registrar General to furnish him with a certified copy of an entry in the registers referred to in paragraph (1).

(3) Paragraphs (1) and (2) shall not apply in relation to any entries in a register of still-births, but upon payment of the prescribed fee the Registrar General may, in any particular case—

(a)cause a search to be made of any register of still-births;

(b)cause a certified copy to be issued of any entry in any such register.

(4) The prescribed fee shall be paid to the Registrar General by any person making or requiring a general or particular search or requiring to be furnished with a certified copy under this Article.

(5) The Registrar General shall cause any certified copy of an entry and any certificate under Article 40 [F1or 40A] given in the General Register Office to be stamped with the seal of the Office, of which judicial notice shall be taken.

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