Which records are free? Free marriage records are now legal in the UK

Free marriage registries can now be used to prove the legitimacy of marriages in the country.

The new law was passed by Parliament on Tuesday.

It was passed after a petition was launched by the campaign group Respect Marriage, which argued that the records were an unnecessary burden on couples.

The changes came into effect on 1 January.

The National Register of Free Marriages (NRF) will be available to individuals, families and civil partnerships, but not organisations or institutions.

The register will also include all marriages registered under a marriage certificate, which are not currently included in the NRF.

It will not be possible to get a divorce, or dissolve a marriage without a divorce certificate.

The NRF will also be available for those seeking to apply for a civil partnership, and to those seeking the cancellation of a marriage contract.

The bill includes a number of measures designed to address the concerns raised by the National Register.

These include: The requirement that applicants must provide a copy of a certified copy of the marriage certificate to the registrar within 24 hours of the appointment.