According to the bill, every marriage being solemnised under this act will be registered with the union council/ ward within 45 days of the solemnisation
S 4 of the Divorce Act, Cap 249 (1904), provided that '(1) A husband may apply by petition to the court for the dissolution of his marriage on the ground that since the solemnisation
of the marriage his wife has been guilty of adultery.
Apart from all this confusion giving the term bishopric a whole new meaning, will this dispensation allow gay bishops to conduct gay marriages, in defiance of Cameron's forthcoming law that specifically forbids Church of England solemnisation
of such weddings?
According to Hindu rituals, the wedding started with an anointment of vermilion, followed by a sacred offering, then the solemnisation
of the union and a 'Havan' (fire ritual) was performed.
As the prior of St Katherine's lamented in his petition to Chancery, parishioners would not pay for the purification of women, Christian burials, baptisms, or even the solemnisation
As regards the issue of solemnisation
on particular premises, the Divisional Court were of the view (141) that the matter was decided by local law (lex loci contractus), which provided (142) that once a marriage had been registered, no evidence could be given that formalities at the place of the marriage had not been complied with.
Granting the divorce, additional district judge Manmohan Sharma of Karkardooma District Court said: " It is held that the petitioner ( Vikas) has been treated with cruelty by the respondent ( Divya) after the solemnisation
APPLICATION FOR PREMISES TO BE APPROVED AS A VENUE FOR MARRIAGES AND CIVIL PARTNERSHIPS THE MARRIAGES (APPROVED PREMISES) REGULATIONS 1995 AND CIVIL PARTNERSHIP ACT 2004 Application for the approval of Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Hope Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9BP for the solemnisation
of civil marriages/civil partnership.
3) A will made in contemplation of a particular marriage, whether or not that contemplation is expressed in the will, is not revoked by the solemnisation
of the marriage concerned.
A marriage contracted by any party who, at the time of the celebration, was psychologically incapacitated to comply with the essential marital obligations of marriage, shall likewise be void even if such incapacity becomes manifest only after its solemnisation
445) Although the majority of Zanzibaris are Muslims and thus subject to the tenets of Islamic law, the Marriage Solemnisation
and Registration Act ("Marriage Act") also exists to govern civil marriage for individuals who do not subscribe to Islam.
A spokeswoman said: "The garden is delighted to have been approved for the solemnisation
of civil marriages and the formation of civil partnerships.
When planning on getting married in England, couples must also realise that no matter what type of ceremony they opt for, it can only legally take place at either a register office, a building approved for civil marriage, or in any religious building registered for the solemnisation
In March 1445 Henry VI's French bride, Margaret of Anjou, was entertained at Rouen on her way to the final solemnisation
of her marriage in England.
Adair gives one example among many of the ecclesiastical fight against spousals: Law 69 of the 1667 list issued by the bishop of Sodor and Man stated: "No use to be made of the words of matrimony, except during a legal service for the Solemnisation
of the rite" (p.