Civil Union & Civil Marriage; what they are and is there a difference?

by | May 13, 2019

Like all good answers, yes and no.

In order to be legally married and registered as such with Home Affairs you need to have a Marriage Officer involved.

However, when it comes to your wedding ceremony you do not require a Marriage Officer. You could have a friend, family member or anyone perform your ceremony and have a Marriage Officer simply take care of the legalities. You can do this either on the day after your ceremony or sometime before (or even after) the ceremony.

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