deed poll

NOUN
  1. a deed made and executed by only one party
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How To Use deed poll In A Sentence

  • I have been to more than 50 of his concerts over the years and changed my name to Robert George Dylan Willis by deed poll
  • With a Deed Poll, you can change your forenames, surname, add names, remove names or rearrange your existing names.
  • Steve changed his name by deed poll to Elvis Presley-Smith.
  • But, if he wants to change his name by deed poll, Batigol will have to wait until the age of majority.
  • So he simply trotted off to the deed poll office and got himself a new name - well, lots of them, actually.
  • I suggested that he might think of removing the last three syllables from his name, which he did by deed poll.
  • Dr Foy, whose marriage ended in the 1990s, changed her name by deed poll in 1993.
  • After changing his name by deed poll to Captain Beany he needed a renewed passport to match his new identity.
  • The Law Society will require evidence such as a marriage certificate, deed poll or statutory declaration.
  • Like his new name, changed by deed poll nine years before.
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