Oregon Revised Statutes 106.165

Form of commemorative marriage certificate; preparation; rules.

(1) The county clerk shall prescribe a standard form of a commemorative marriage certificate to be issued by the county clerk and kept by the married couple. The certificate must contain the names and addresses of the parties and of at least two witnesses, the date and place of the marriage, the signature of the person who solemnized the marriage, the date of the marriage license and the name of the county clerk who issued the license. (2) The commemorative marriage certificate must contain the following wording in legible font type: “This is a commemorative certificate. This certificate is not the legal marriage record.” (3) The commemorative marriage certificate shall be of such size and appearance as to emphasize the importance of the event.

[1975 c.277 §§1,2; 2001 c.501 §6; 2007 c.703 §5]

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