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the state of being united as husband and wife

the act or ceremony by which two people become husband and wife

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This is why they chose to repeal the marriage law on the morning after the reconciliation law vote," she added.
Absence of a comprehensive Hindu marriage law, however, does not mean that there is no law dealing with marriage affairs or personal lives of Hindus in Pakistan.
A ruling that same-sex couples have a right to marry would invalidate the remaining anti-gay marriage laws in the country.
He had called for "spectacular" action to protect France's identity, and was denouncing same-sex marriage law.
Malta's prime minister is seeking to drop the Catholic Church's control over the country's marriage laws.
AByDJAN (CyHAN)- Ivory Coat President, Alassane Ouattara, has dissolved his cabinet and government, after a row was sparked by a new marriage law.
Although its legality has been questioned, the Yakima, Wash, diocese is moving forward with a plan to raise money through parishes for a campaign to repeal the state's same-sex marriage law.
Moreover, a number of regulations concerning Islam have been issued by the government under New Order to accommodate Muslim interests, such as Waqf Regulation in 1977, Marriage Law of 1974, Religious Court Act in 1989 and the Compilation of Islamic Law (Kompilasi Hukum Islam) in 1991.
Summary: RIYADH: The Shoura Council on Monday discussed the draft marriage law put forward by a special committee appointed by the council.
New research by Professor Rebecca Probert of the University of Warwick's School of Law reveals that UK royal marriage law is at its most confused state for centuries.
A new marriage law has been introduced to give more choice in what?
But the marriage law that has been the subject of nationwide joking is not enough, by itself, to subject the state to another legislative session.
3) Many scholars have focused on Indonesia's 1974 Marriage Act and the tensions it created between some Muslims, who believe that marriage law should be largely Islamic, and the State, keen to improve the legal status of women and to stamp its authority on marriage law.