Register Office

A register office (frequently referred to as a "registry office" in non-official and informal use) is a British term for a civil registry, a government office and depository where births, deaths and marriages are officially recorded and where one can get officially married, without a religious ceremony. The term and function is also used in some parts of the former British Empire such as Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, India, and Jamaica, but not Canada.

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