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Nevada Revised Statutes 122.110

No particular form of solemnization required; witness.

1.  In the solemnization of marriage, no particular form is required except that the parties shall declare, in the presence of the justice, judge, minister or other church or religious official authorized to solemnize a marriage, notary public or marriage officiant to whom a certificate of permission to perform marriages or a renewal of a certificate has been issued, justice of the peace, commissioner of civil marriages, deputy commissioner of civil marriages or mayor, and the attending witness, that they take each other as spouses. 2.  In every case, there shall be at least one witness present besides the person performing the ceremony.

[6:33:1861; B § 199; BH § 475; C § 486; RL § 2342; NCL § 4054] — (NRS A 1969, 764; 1977, 470; 2009, 731; 2013, 1195; 2017, 759, 1033, 1199)

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