3. The room in which the marriage is solemnised must be seperate from any other activity on the premises
at the time of the ceremony.
4. The arrangements for and content of each marriage ceremony must meet with the prior approval of
the superintendent of the district in the which the approved premises are situated.
5. Any reading, music words or performance which forms part of a ceremony of marriage celebrated on
the premises must be secular in nature; for this purpose any such material used by way of an introduction to, in any interval
between parts of or by way of conclusion to the the ceremony shall be treated as forming part of the ceremony.
6. Public access to any ceremony of marriage solemnised in approved premises must be permitted without
7. The ceremony area shall be of sufficient size to accommodate all persons attending the ceremony,
and persons shall not be permitted to sit at tables allocated for receptions (if the reception is to be held in the same room)
for one hour prior and during that ceremony.