Who Can Marry People?

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In the UK marriages take place in authorised places such as register offices, churches or chapels of the Church of England and Church in Wales and other churches. A couple can be married in the company of a superintendent registrar or an authorised person such as a vicar or priest and it should be witnessed by at least two able people, who will be required to sign the marriage register.
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