Maryland Marriage Laws § 2-301Marriage of individual 17 years old
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Maryland Family Law 2-301
(a) An individual 17 years old may not marry unless: (1) (i) the individual has the consent of each living parent, guardian, or legal custodian of the individual; or (ii) if the individual does not have the consent required under item (i) of this item, either party to be married gives the clerk a certificate from a licensed physician, licensed physician assistant, or certified nurse practitioner stating that the physician, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner has examined the woman to be married and has found that she is pregnant or has given birth to a child; and (2) the individual presents a certified copy of an order granting authorization to marry in accordance with the provisions of Title 5, Subtitle 2A of this article to the clerk of the circuit court not earlier than 15 days after the order was issued. (b) An individual under the age of 17 may not marry.
An. Code 1957, art. 62, § 9; 1984, ch. 296, § 2; 1999, ch. 231 ; 2008, chs. 232 , 233 ; 2013, chs. 273 , 274 ., Amended April 2022 HB83; Eff 10/2022
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