Nevada Marriage Laws

Nevada Revised Statutes 122.220 - Solemnizing marriage without exhibition of marriage license.

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Solemnizing marriage without exhibition of marriage license.

1.  It is unlawful for any Supreme Court justice, judge of the Court of Appeals, judge of a district court, justice of the peace, municipal judge, 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 to join together as spouses persons allowed by law to be joined in marriage, until the persons proposing such marriage exhibit to him or her a license from the county clerk as provided by law. 2.  Any Supreme Court justice, judge of the Court of Appeals, judge of a district court, justice of the peace, municipal judge, 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 who violates the provisions of subsection 1 is guilty of a misdemeanor.

[1911 C&P § 214; RL § 6479; NCL § 10162] + [1911 C&P § 215; RL § 6480; NCL § 10163] — (NRS A 1967, 530; 1969, 765; 1993, 1463; 2009, 733; 2013, 1197, 1747; 2017, 760, 1035, 1200)

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