Tell me, therefore, whether you object to an immediate solemnization
of the marriage.
It was only on her child's account that she wished for the solemnization
of the ties that bound us, nor would she have sought for this if she had not felt that death was at hand to unloose them.
This could be noticed between singles, which could be considered normal, as so many colleagues have ended up walking down the aisle in holy solemnization
but it is definitely disconcerting when this kind of chemistry is exhumed between a married and a single colleague or two married colleagues within the same establishment.
to the solemnization
, formation, celebration, or recognition of any
The doctrine does not] conflict with Nevada's policy [of] refusing to recognize common-law marriages or palimony suits [because, in situations involving] the putative spouse doctrine, the parties have actually attempted to enter into a formal relationship with the solemnization
of a marriage ceremony, a missing element in common-law marriages and palimony suits.
Burewala -- An application was filed in a local court seeking registration of case against solemnization
of gay couple Nikah .
Johnson has released a set of guidelines for how parishes can become eligible for authorization, and how same-sex couples in parishes that have not received authorization can pursue solemnization
of their marriages.
The three-day event will include paper presentations on updates on marriage laws and registration procedures and sharing of experiences and best practices in the solemnization
At least two witnesses should be present at the time of solemnization
and registration of marriage
Quite to the contrary, solemnization
of the union by a clergyman was a requirement for a legal marriage.
As of April, bills addressing marriage solemnization
and religious exemptions had been introduced in at least 10 states.
Consent-based" marriage "primarily defines marriage as the solemnization
of mutual commitment--marked by strong emotional attachment and sexual attraction--between two persons.