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Not sure if this is the right forum but here goes?

I have a little question about registering a birth. Does the mother have to name the father on the certificate? Obviously if the father isn't known then he cant be named, but if he is does he have to be, or is it the mothers discretion?

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If the parents are married then the mother can name the father on the Birth Certificate. If they are not married then the mother can register the birth but cannot put the fathers name on unless he attends with the mother

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The father's name does not have to appear if the parents are not married - whether the mother knows who the father is or not.

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At the moment, no. However there is a white paper to introduce a new law which is expected to be in place by January 2011. Info here

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