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It does not have to be returned to the Registrar who issued it.
Under Section 50 of the Civil Registration Act 2004, if the completed MRF is not returned to a Registrar within 56 days of the intended date of marriage recorded on the MRF, the Registrar can serve a notice on you requiring you to return the MRF within 14 days of receiving the notice.
If you do not comply with this requirement, the Registrar can serve a notice on you requiring you to attend on a particular date at the office of the Registrar (or other place given in the notice) with the completed MRF.
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Since the commencement of Part 6 of the Civil Registration Act 2004 in November 2007, the registration procedure for marriage is the same whether you are marrying in a Registry Office or by religious or secular ceremony.
If you are getting married by civil ceremony in a Registry Office or other approved place, you should approach the Registrar of Civil Marriages for the district in which you intend to marry for information on how to proceed.If you are getting married by religious or secular ceremony, you should approach the authorities of the body concerned for advice on how to proceed.Immediately after the marriage ceremony the MRF should be signed by you and your spouse, the two witnesses and the person solemnising the marriage.If you get married by civil ceremony, the Registrar who solemnised the marriage will register the marriage with the information on the MRF as soon as possible after the ceremony.Since November 2007, a couple getting married are required to give notification in person of their intention to marry to a Registrar at least 3 months before the intended date of their marriage.A couple in a civil partnership who wish to marry should contact the Registrar who will guide them through the process. If there is no impediment to your marriage, the Registrar will issue you with a Marriage Registration Form (MRF) which gives you permission to marry. You should give the MRF to whomever will be solemnising your marriage before the marriage ceremony.