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If any persons knowingly and wilfully intermarry according to the rites of the Church of England (otherwise than by special licence)—
(a)[F1except in the case of a marriage in pursuance of section 26(1)(dd) of this Act,] in any place other than a church or other building in which banns may be published;
(b)without banns having been duly published, a common licence having been obtained, or [F2certificates] having been duly issued under Part III of this Act by a superintendent registrar to whom due notice of marriage has been given; or
(c)on the authority of a publication of banns which is void by virtue of subsection (3) of section three or subsection (2) of section twelve of this Act, on the authority of a common licence which is void by virtue of subsection (3) of section sixteen of this Act, or on the authority of [F3certificates of a superintendent registrar which are] void by virtue of subsection (2) of section thirty-three of this Act;
(d)in the case of a marriage on the authority of [F4certificates] of a superintendent registrar, in any place other than the church [F5building or other place specified in the [F4notices of marriage and certificates] as the place where the marriage is to be solemnized];
or if they knowingly and wilfully consent to or acquiesce in the solemnization of the marriage by any person who is not in Holy Orders, the marriage shall be void.
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