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[F1(1)All marriages between parties of whom at least one is a United Kingdom national] solemnized in the manner in this Act provided in any foreign country or place by or before a marriage officer within the meaning of this Act shall be as valid in law as if the same had been solemnized in the United Kingdom with a due observance of all forms required by law.
[F2(2)In this Act “United Kingdom national” means a person who is—
(a)a British citizen, a British Dependent Territories citizen, a British Overseas citizen or a British National (Overseas); or
(b)a British subject under the British Nationality Act M11981; or
(c)a British protected person, within the meaning of that Act.]
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