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Relationships Australia is proud to be supporting the Homestretch campaign.Homestretch is lobbying for state provision of out-of-home care for young people to be extended from 18 years old to 21 years. Arrangements with State..................................................................... Grants to approved organisations........................................................ Application of Part.............................................................................. (4) A person shall not solemnise a marriage if the person has reason to believe that: (a) a person whose consent in writing to the marriage of one of the parties is or has been produced for the purposes of this section has revoked his or her consent; (b) the signature of a person to a consent produced for the purposes of this section is forged or has been obtained by fraud; (c) a consent produced for the purposes of this section has been altered in a material particular without authority; or (d) a dispensation with the consent of a person that has been produced in relation to the marriage has ceased to have effect. Persons who may exercise certain powers may be restricted by Proclamation 6 Part IA—Marriage education 9B......... Approval of voluntary organisations................................................... 8 Part II—Marriageable age and marriages of minors 10.......... Marriageable age................................................................................. Marriage of minor not to be solemnised without consent of parents etc. Persons whose consent is required................................................... (3) A person shall not subscribe his or her name as a witness to the signature of a person to a consent to a marriage unless: (a) the person is satisfied on reasonable grounds as to the identity of that person; and (b) the consent bears the date on which the person subscribes his or her name as a witness.

Obligations of each marriage celebrant.............................................. (2) A copy of each arrangement made under this section shall be published in the Gazette. Removal from register....................................................................... (2) Where the Minister is satisfied that it would be impracticable for an organisation to comply with the requirements of subsection (1) or that the application of those requirements to an organisation would be unduly onerous, the Minister may, by writing signed by the Minister, exempt the organisation, wholly or in part, from those requirements. Review of refusal to register or removal from register...................... Reports and financial statements of approved organisations (1) An approved organisation that has received a grant under this Act in the period of 12 months that ended on 30 June in any year shall, not later than 30 September in that year, furnish to the Minister, in respect of that period of 12 months: (a) an audited financial statement of the receipts and payments of the organisation, in which receipts and payments in respect of its marriage education activities are shown separately from other receipts and payments; and (b) a report on its marriage education activities, including information as to the programs conducted by the organisation during the period and the number of participants in those programs. Performance reviews......................................................................... Arrangements with State (1) The Governor‑General may make arrangements with the Governor of a State: (b) for the performance by all or any of the persons who from time to time hold office as Judges of any Court of that State of the functions of a Judge under sections 12, 16 and 17; (c) for the performance by all or any of the persons who from time to time hold office as Chief, Police, Stipendiary, Resident or Special Magistrates in that State of all or any of the functions of a magistrate under this Act; (d) for the performance by officers of that State of the function of solemnising marriages in accordance with Division 2 of Part IV; (e) for enabling officers of that State to be appointed as prescribed authorities; (f) for enabling officers of that State to be appointed as Registrar and Deputy Registrar of Ministers of Religion for that State under Subdivision A of Division 1 of Part IV; and (g) for enabling officers of that State to be appointed as authorised officers for the purposes of section 51. Disciplinary measures....................................................................... (4) Section 73, Part VA and section 111 extend to all the external Territories.