Definition of 'by deed poll'
Example sentences containing 'by deed poll'
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He then changed his name by deed poll in a second bid to join the terror group. The Sun (2016)Now his surname has been changed by deed poll and on his driving licence. The Sun (2012)He changed his name by deed poll to that of an American pop star. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Manchester inked the badge on to his forehead two weeks ago after winning a 15-year legal battle to change his name by deed poll. The Sun (2014)We have changed his name by deed poll but I would like to make things official. The Sun (2009)Rochester A football fan has changed his name by deed poll to that of his favourite club. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Shortly before they were due to leave he changed his name by deed poll for'security reasons '. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Of course I said no but now she is trying to get me to agree to have their names changed by deed poll. The Sun (2007)And on his 11th birthday, his mum gave him a very special present when she officially changed his name by deed poll. The Sun (2014)I changed my name by deed poll because I kept getting arrested. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Definition of by deed poll from the Collins English Dictionary
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