In a marriage license, there is a section in which witnesses write their signatures and verify that such a marriage has taken place in their presence. Is it true to say,” I was a witness to solemnization of this marriage.”

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    I'm tempted to say this a question about English rather than the law. I would phrase it as "I was a witness to this marriage." – Martin Bonner supports Monica Sep 12 at 11:25

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