I’ve written before about the recent changes allowing us to manage a lot of our legal obligations electronically, but I seem to have missed specifically addressing record keeping:

I read the latest Marriage Celebrant Matters Newsletter and it states that “Hard copies of the Notice, DNLI or any supporting documents (divorce orders, parental consents etc) do not need to be kept once lodged electronically with the registry of births, deaths and marriages (BDM). Celebrants may wish to retain these documents until the marriage is registered”

 

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