New Hampshire Marriage Laws

457:31-b - Solemnization of Marriage; Applicability


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New Hampshire Statutes ? Title 63: Domestic Relations ? Chapter 457: Marriages

Solemnization of Marriage; Applicability


I. Nothing contained in this chapter shall affect the right of Jewish Rabbis residing in this state, or of the people called Friends or Quakers, to solemnize marriages in the way usually practiced among them, and all marriages so solemnized shall be valid. Jewish Rabbis residing out of the state may obtain a special license as provided by RSA 457:32. II. Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to prohibit a person authorized to solemnize a marriage in a religious ceremony from solemnizing a marriage in a civil ceremony.

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Source. 2009, 60:6, eff. Jan. 1, 2010 at 12:01 a.m.


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