Current through Register Vol. 46, No. 3, March 25, 2022
minimum facts must be established by documentary evidence:
(1) the full name of the person at the time
of live birth;
(2) the date of live
(3) live birth in South
(4) the full name of the
mother prior to first marriage;
the full name of the father if parents were married at the time of birth.
Otherwise, the name of the father shall not be entered on the delayed
certificate unless the child has been adopted or legitimated, or paternity has
been determined by the court or a paternity acknowledgment accompanies the
establishment of the delayed certificate.
B. All delayed births are to be filed on a
special "delayed certificate of birth" form adopted by the State
C. Each delayed
certificate of birth shall be signed by the person whose birth is to be filed
if of legal age and is competent to swear to the accuracy of the facts stated
therein; otherwise, the certificate shall be signed by a parent or legal
S.C. Code Regs.
Register Volume 40, Issue No. 06, eff.