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5. In section 30(1) of the 1949 Act (forbidding of issue of certificate) (which becomes subsection (1) of that section), at the end insert—
“(2) Where the particulars given in the notice of marriage have been entered in an approved electronic form by virtue of section 27(4A), a person (P) wishing to exercise the power conferred by subsection (1) to forbid the issue of the certificate may do so only by —
(a)attending upon the superintendent registrar at his office, and
(b)requesting him to record that P forbids the issue of the certificate.
(3) The superintendent registrar must, on a request made by virtue of subsection (2), enter in an approved electronic form that P forbids the issue of the certificate, P’s name and place of residence and the capacity, in relation to either of the persons to be married, in which P forbids the issue of the certificate.”
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