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[Updated at 1:29 a.m. The Orange County clerk-recorder will not be performing same-sex marriages until Monday.

The Times incorrectly reported Friday night that the clerk-recorder would open its doors Saturday because of the demand for same-sex marriage licenses. 

But a spokeswoman for the department said early Saturday morning that the information was wrong.

Marriages will begin Monday at the Santa Ana office at 8 a.m. and at the Fullerton and Laguna Niguel offices at 9 a.m.]

Los Angeles County issued only one same-sex marriage license on Friday -- to two plaintiffs who filed the federal lawsuit that eventually struck down Proposition 8

San Francisco and Sacramento counties extended their hours late into Friday evening to accommodate the demand for same-sex marriage licenses. The court order lifting the ban on gay marriage in California was made public about 3:30 p.m.

San Bernardino County did not issue any same-sex wedding licenses Friday because the assessor-recorder-county clerk's office did not receive official word until 5:10 p.m., after the offices had closed.

"We will commence with the issuance of marriage licenses to same-sex couples on Monday ... and will also perform same-sex marriages on that day," the office's Dan Harp said in an email.

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