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In short yes, you need to contact the registrar and inform them of this.
There may be an administration fee due, as a result of the cancellation - they will advise directly.
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Your ex partner can't claim you are married if you marriage never took place. If the wedding has been cancelled they cannot claim that you are married in the eyes of the law as you won't be. It won't be recorded in the register as it has not taken place. So he simply cannot claim this.
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Yes - an intention to marry is just that, i.e. an intention - it's not a confirmation that you then did get married!
If the notice is removed that should be the end of it.
To be clear, you are not married, and your ex partner cannot legitimately claim that you are.
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