"Permission Required" NOT "Request Permission"
Under Ordinances, under status is, "Request" and sometimes, "Request Permission". This can be confusing to a new person. And, for anyone not paying close attention, it can be overlooked. To make a distinction, use, "Permission Required", or better yet, "Permission from a close relative required", and use a red font.
In cases where the permission is only required for sealing to spouse, (all other ordinances not requiring it), it should say "Permission is required from a close relative of the spouse"*
Add a hover over pop-up that gives a brief explanation and where applicable, the 110-year policy applies only to the spouse. In the pop-up should be a a link to further detail.
*The reason I suggest this: It was confusing to me at first to see all ordinances not requiring permission but sealing to spouse did, until I realized the spouse was born within 100 years. Others may find the same confusion. Please reduce confusion; family history is already difficult for newcomers.