solemnisation


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Noun1.solemnisation - the public performance of a sacrament or solemn ceremony with all appropriate ritual; "the celebration of marriage"
ritual - the prescribed procedure for conducting religious ceremonies
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A marriage, which is not solemnised by the Anand Karaj Registrar, shall, for the purpose of registration under the Act, be reported within thirty days of the solemnisation of the marriage to him (chairman) by the Granthi or the person who solemnised the marriage.
Singh, who retired as a school principal, had taken the dowry in February this year for solemnisation of marriage of his younger son Prem Ranjan Singh who runs his business.
At least two witnesses are present at the time of the solemnisation and registration of marriage
They went to the registry and then had their holy solemnisation at the Christ Church in Port Harcourt in July 1999.
PM Najib Razak said the marriage solemnisation ceremony of his daughter, Nooryana Najwa, with Mr Kessikbayev, which he conducted personally on Thursday, meant a lot to him as a father.
Whereas majority of newly wedded couples are able to consummate their marriages either on their wedding nights or soon thereafter, evidence from published reports from both developed and developing countries indicate that variable proportions are unable to despite intense desire and several attempts to do so for variable periods after solemnisation of the unions.
To restrain solemnisation of child marriages, Sindh Government has introduced Child Marriage Restraint Act.
He was charged with solemnisation of a marriage by an unauthorised person, and was released on strict bail conditions.
Miss Hodkin took legal action after the registrar general of births, deaths and marriages refused to register the London Church Chapel for the solemnisation of marriages under the 1855 Places of Worship Registration Act - because it was not a place for "religious worship".
Miss Hodkin took legal action after the registrar-general of births, deaths and marriages refused to register the London Church Chapel for the solemnisation of marriages under the 1855 Places of Worship Registration Act - because it was not a place for "religious worship".
The petition for divorce 'was based on the grounds that the appellant [Steven], had since the solemnisation of the marriage treated [the respondent, Polly] with cruelty and had committed adultery.