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Every aspect of our business is conducted with sensitivity in the knowledge that the information we record and release concerns significant personal and emotional events in people's lives. To provide life events accurately and securely for all time, ensuring their integrity and confidentiality.

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We are not affiliated with or endorsed by the BDM Association or any Australian Government agency. We provide a private value-add to the free Birth Death Marriages Application services. Our goal is to provide services and supplies that make it easier to securely request your BDM certificates without leaving the comfort of your own home. We are not a law firm, nor can we provide legal or professional advice.

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Birth

A birth must be registered before you can get a birth certificate.

A birth certificate provides legal evidence of your name, age, place of birth and parents' details. A birth certificate is a primary identity document. You need a birth certificate to enrol a child in school, join a sporting club, to get a passport or driver's licence, gain employment or government benefits and to get married.

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Births

Australian Birth Registration Forms

The Registry keeps a permanent record of the registration so you or your child can obtain a Birth Certificate at any time. Some information may also be used for important medical research and community planning purposes, but is kept strictly confidential and only you or your child, or a legal guardian can purchase a copy of the Birth Certificate.

Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act 1995 Registration forms of births, deaths and marriages

All babies in Australia must be registered immediately after days of birth. Under the Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act 1995, parents must provide the Registry with the full details of the child's birth for it to be registered and for a Birth Certificate to be produced. There is no fee for registering a birth.

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Death

Notification and Certification of Death.

S.36 of the Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act 1996 requires the doctor who certifies a patient's death also to separately notify the Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages within 48 hours after the death.

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Deaths

Australian Death Registration Forms

The Registry uses the details from the death registration record to produce a NSW Death Certificate. Funeral directors are usually responsible for registering the death within seven days of the burial or cremation. The Notice should serve as a prompt first advice of death, which is later matched with the Death Registration Statement (from the funeral director) and the Doctor's Certificate of Cause of Death in a verification process. If the matching paperwork is not received, the Notice also serves to alert BDM that a death has occurred but the body has not been properly disposed of, or the funeral director has not registered the death.

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The Registry can only produce a Death Certificate if the death has been registered. Details of the death must have been lodged at the Registry for them to be recorded. Funeral directors are usually responsible for registering the death within 7 days of the burial or cremation.

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Marriages

Notice of Intended Marriage

Notice of Intended Marriage needs to be lodged at least one month and one day before the marriage is to be solemnised. The Notice can be obtained from the Registration Office and must be completed and signed by both parties involved in the marriage and be properly witnessed.

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Marriages

Australian Marriage Registration Forms

Before a Marriage Certificate can be produced, your marriage must be registered. Your civil or religious marriage celebrant will register the marriage on your behalf Before lodging a Notice, both parties to the marriage should be certain they wish to have a civil marriage ceremony at the Registration Office. Where it is impractical to solemnise the marriage at the Registration Office, the Registrar may transfer the Notice to another celebrant (civil or religious).

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The full details of all lawful marriages that occur in Australia must be registered by the Registry, in accordance with the Births, Death and Marriages Registration Act 1995 (s.33) and the Commonwealth Marriage Act 1961..

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