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So long as you have been ordained in the past, then there will not be a problem for you to officiate over the wedding. You are not required to register with the state to perform the wedding and you do not have to show documentary proof of your ordination in order to officiate over a wedding ceremony.
CA Family Law Code, Section 400, in pertinent part holds:
Section 400. Although marriage is a personal relation arising out of a civil, and not a religious, contract, a marriage may be solemnized by any of the following who is 18 years of age or older:
(a) A priest, minister, rabbi, or authorized person of any religious denomination. A person authorized by this subdivision shall not be required to solemnize a marriage that is contrary to the tenets of his or her faith. Any refusal to solemnize a marriage under this subdivision, either by an individual or by a religious denomination, shall not affect the tax-exempt status of any entity.
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