Nevada Marriage Laws

Nevada Revised Statutes 122.230 - Failure of person solemnizing marriage to make and deliver certificate to county clerk or county recorder.

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Failure of person solemnizing marriage to make and deliver certificate to county clerk or county recorder.

Every person solemnizing a marriage who fails or neglects to make and deliver an originally signed certificate thereof, within the time specified in NRS 122.130, to: 1.  If the board of county commissioners has adopted an ordinance pursuant to NRS 246.100, the county clerk; or 2.  If the board of county commissioners has not adopted an ordinance pursuant to NRS 246.100, the county recorder, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

[Part 10:33:1861; A 1903, 70; RL § 2346; NCL § 4058] — (NRS A 1967, 530; 1987, 1423; 2007, 890; 2013, 3672)

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