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Marriage shall also be recognized valid if the procedure of its contracting is in compliance with the requirements of the law of the state of domicile of either of the spouses, or the law of the state of citizenship of either of them at the moment of solemnization of the marriage.
However, assembly voted to send the report back to the committee in consultation with the Clerks of Assembly and legal counsel to consider potential legal implications of clergy acting as agents of the state for the solemnization of marriage in Canada, and to report back to a future General Assembly.
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The new law states that certain corporations and religious corporations "are distinctly private and therefore, shall not be required to provide accommodations, advantages, facilities or privileges related to the solemnization or celebration of a marriage.
23 [section] 2: "Sentence for Matrimony, commanding Solemnization,
The theory of the clash of civilizations became the ideological basis underpinning the solemnization of Western supremacy and cultural stigmatization of actors in other parts of the world where Western political, economic and military hegemony has important interests and who refuse to accept this hegemony and superiority.
It means that although at the time of solemnization of Marriage, Mehar may not have been specifically fixed, still it will be presumed that it has been agreed to be paid.
b)(1) One party or both parties to a marriage may elect to change the middle or last names by which that party wishes to be known after solemnization of the marriage by entering the new name in the spaces provided on the marriage license application without intent to defraud.
Notation" focuses on Guido of Arezzo, exploring how his use of a one-line staff, a clef, and solemnization syllables freed composers to write more complicated music, facilitated more accurate performances, and accelerated the transmission of music.
There was a dignified silence, a solemnization of grief.
No justice of the peace or ordained minister can officiate a domestic partnership, and churches are not obligated to perform solemnization for domestic partnerships.
prior reliance on the solemnization argument and distinguishing Santa Fe