(a) In this section, “foreign marriage” means a marriage ceremony:
(1) performed outside this State; and
(2) in which 1 or both of the parties were or are citizens of this State.
(b) Each clerk shall keep a foreign marriage record book in the clerk's office. The clerk shall record a foreign marriage when presented with either:
(1) a certificate of marriage signed by the individual who performed the marriage
(2) an official certified copy of a marriage record.
(c) On request, the clerk shall provide, under the seal of the court, certification
of a foreign marriage in the same manner as the clerk issues certification of a marriage
ceremony performed in this State.
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