Minnesota Marriage Laws

517.06 - Parties Examined


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Minnesota Statutes - Chapter 517: Marriage

Parties Examined


Every person authorized by law to perform the marriage ceremony, before solemnizing a marriage, may examine the parties on oath, which oath the person is authorized to administer, as to the legality of the intended marriage. No person shall solemnize a marriage unless satisfied that there is no legal impediment to it, that a marriage license has been obtained, and that the individuals present are the persons named in the license.

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History: (8567) RL s 3557; 1978 c 772 s 5; 1986 c 444; 2009 c 129 s 5


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