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The Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages (Fees) Order 2010

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Article 2

SCHEDULEFEES PAYABLE FROM 6th APRIL 2010

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(1)

(2)

Enactment specifying fees

(3)

Matter or case for which fee is payable

(4)

Fee payable

(5)

Old fee (where different)

1855 c. 81

Places of Worship Registration Act 1855

Section 5

Certification of place of meeting for religious worship

£28.00

1887 c. 40

Savings Banks Act 1887

Section 10(1)

Certificate of birth, death or marriage for purposes of certain Acts obtained

(i) from a registrar when application is made at the time of registration

£3.50

(ii) from a registrar when application is made after the time of registration£7.00£3.50
(iii) from any other person having the care of the register£9.00£7.00
1949 c. 76

Marriage Act 1949

Section 27(6)

Entry in marriage notice book

£33.50

£30.00

Section 27 (7)(2)Attendance of superintendent registrar other than at his office for purpose of being given notice of marriage of house-bound or detained person£49.00£47.00
Section 31(5F)(3)Application to reduce the 15 day period£28.00
Section 41(6)Registration of buildings for solemnization of marriages£120.00
Section 51(1)(4)

Fee of registrar for attending marriage—

(i) at register office

£40.00

(ii) at registered building or at the place where a house-bound or detained person usually resides£80.00£47.00
Section 51(2)(5)Fee of superintendent registrar attending marriage at the place where a house-bound or detained person usually resides£85.00£47.00
Section 57(4)(6)Sum paid to incumbent, etc. for every entry contained in quarterly certified copies of entries of marriage£2.00
Section 63(1)(b)

Certified copy of entry issued under that subsection—

(i) when application is made at the time of registration

£3.50

(ii) when application is made to a registrar after the time of registration£7.00£3.50
(iii) in any other case£9.00£7.00
Section 64(2)(a)General search of indexes of register books kept by superintendent registrars£18.00
Section 64(2)(c)Certified copy of entry issued under that subsection£9.00£7.00
Section 65(2)(c)(i) Standard service for certified copy of entry obtained from the Registrar General following a search of indexes kept at General Register Office

£9.25

£7.00

(ii) Priority service for certified copy of entry obtained from the Registrar General following a search of indexes kept at General Register Office£23.40
1953 c. 20

Births and Deaths Registration Act 1953

Section 13(2)

Issue of certificate of baptism

£1.00

Section 30(2)(c)(i) Standard service for certified copy of entry obtained from the Registrar General following a search of indexes kept at General Register Office

£9.25

£7.00

(ii) Priority service for certified copy of entry obtained from the Registrar General following a search of indexes kept at General Register Office£23.40
Section 31(2)(a)General search of indexes kept by superintendent registrars£18.00
Section 31(2)(c)Certified copy of entry issued under that subsection£9.00£7.00
Section 32(c)

Certified copy of entry in registers kept by registrars issued

(i) at the time of registration

£3.50

(ii) after the time of registration£7.00£3.50
Section 33(1)(i) One short certificate of birth obtained at the time of registration

NIL

(ii) Any other short certificate of birth obtained from a registrar at the time of registration

£3.50

(iii) A short certificate of birth obtained from a registrar after the time of registration

£7.00

£3.50

(iv) A short certificate of birth obtained from a superintendent registrar

£9.00

£5.50

(v) Standard service for a short certificate of birth obtained from the Registrar General where that certificate is compiled from a certified copy of an entry in the register of live‑births

£9.25

£7.00

(vi) Priority service for a short certificate of birth obtained from the Registrar General where that certificate is compiled from a certified copy of an entry in the register of live‑births

£23.40

(vii) Standard service for a short certificate of birth obtained from the Registrar General where that certificate is compiled from any other records and registers in the custody of the Registrar General

£9.25

£5.50

(viii) Priority service for a short certificate of birth obtained from the Registrar General where that certificate is compiled from any other records and registers in the custody of the Registrar General

£23.40

1961 c. 34

Factories Act 1961

Section 178(1)

Extract of entry in birth register for purposes of that Act issued by

(i) a registrar at the time of registration

£3.50

(ii) a registrar after the time of registration

£7.00

£3.50

(iii) a superintendent registrar£9.00£7.00
1992 c. 5

Social Security Administration Act 1992

Section 124(3)(7)

Certificate of birth, death or marriage for purposes of certain Acts issued by

(i) a registrar at the time of registration

£3.50

(ii) a registrar after the time of registration

£7.00

£3.50

(iii) a superintendent registrar£9.00£7.00
(iv) any other custodian of the register

£9.00

£7.00
1996 c. 56

Education Act 1996

Section 564(1)

Copy of entry in birth register for purposes of certain Acts issued by

(i) a registrar at the time of registration

£3.50

(ii) a registrar after the time of registration

£7.00

£3.50

(iii) a superintendent registrar£9.00£7.00
(1)

Section 10 was amended by section 94 of, and Part III of Schedule 6 to, the Post Office Act 1969 (c. 48), and by sections 4(3) and 7(3) of, and Schedule 4 to, the Trustee Savings Banks Act 1985 (c. 58). Section 10 is applied, for the purposes of the following Regulations, by the following respective provisions: regulation 21 of the Savings Contracts Regulations 1969 (S.I. 1969/1342), regulation 25 of the Premium Savings Bonds Regulations 1972 (S.I. 1972/765), regulation 52 of the National Savings Stock Register Regulations 1976 (S.I. 1976/2012), regulation 26 of the Savings Certificates (Yearly Plan) Regulations 1984 (S.I. 1984/779), regulation 26 of the Savings Certificates Regulations 1991 (S.I. 1991/1031), and regulation 23 of the Savings Certificates (Children’s Bonus Bonds) Regulations 1991 (S.I. 1991/1407).

(2)

Section 27(7) was inserted by section 1(7) of, and paragraph 5(c) of Schedule 1 to, the Marriage Act 1983.

(3)

Section 31(5F) was inserted by section 160(6) of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (c. 33), and amended by articles 3(1) and 5(1) of, and paragraph 5(b) of Schedule 1 and paragraph 5(1)(b) of Schedule 2 to, the Transfer of Functions (Registration) Order 2008.

(4)

Section 51(1) was numbered as such by section 1(7) of, and paragraph 15 of Schedule 1 to, the Marriage Act 1983.

(5)

Section 51(2) was inserted by section 1(7) of, and paragraph 15 of Schedule 1 to, the Marriage Act 1983.

(6)

Section 57(4) was amended by section 251 of, and paragraph 40 of Schedule 29 to, the Local Government Act 1972 (c. 70).

(7)

Subsection (1), to which section 124(3) refers, was amended by section 41(4) of, and paragraph 59 of Schedule 2 to, the Jobseekers Act 1995 (c. 18), by section 14 of, and paragraphs 8 and 13 of Schedule 2 to, the State Pension Credit Act 2002 (c. 16), and by section 28(1) of, and paragraph 10(1) and (16) of Schedule 3 to, the Welfare Reform Act 2007 (c. 5).

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