Nevada Marriage Laws

Nevada Revised Statutes 122.030 - Documents constituting presumptive evidence of marriage.

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Documents constituting presumptive evidence of marriage.

1.  With respect to any marriage solemnized before January 1, 1971, the original certificate and records of marriage made by the judge, justice or minister, as prescribed in this chapter, and the record thereof by the recorder of the county, or a copy or abstract of the record certified by the recorder, must be received in all courts and places as presumptive evidence of the fact of the marriage. 2.  With respect to any marriage solemnized on or after January 1, 1971, the original certificate and records of marriage made by the judge, justice, minister or other church or religious official authorized to solemnize a marriage, notary public, commissioner of civil marriages, deputy commissioner of civil marriages, marriage officiant or mayor of an incorporated city, as prescribed in this chapter, and the record thereof by the county recorder or the county clerk, as the case may be, or a copy or abstract of the record certified by the county recorder or the county clerk, as the case may be, must be received in all courts and places as presumptive evidence of the fact of the marriage.

[14:33:1861; B § 207; BH § 483; C § 494; RL § 2350; NCL § 4062] — (NRS A 1969, 763; 1991, 69; 2007, 887; 2009, 723; 2013, 1186; 2017, 1024, 1196)

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