Idaho Statutes 32-415


Any person who misrepresents any fact required to be stated on the certificate form or other form required by this act, or any licensing officer who issues a marriage license without hav- ing received the certificate forms or an order from the court as provided by this chapter, or who has reason to believe that any of the facts thereon have been so misrepresented, and shall nevertheless issue a marriage license, or any person who otherwise fails to comply with the provisions of this act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

[(32-415) 1943, ch. 42, sec. 6, p. 83; am. and redesignated 1979, ch. 57, sec. 5, p. 151.]

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