New Hampshire Marriage Laws
457:32-a - Judges of the United States
The secretary of state may issue a special license to a judge of the United States residing in this state who is appointed pursuant to Article III of the United States Constitution, to a judge of the United States Bankruptcy Court residing in this state and appointed pursuant to Article I of the United States Constitution, or to a United States magistrate judge residing in this state and appointed pursuant to federal law, to marry a couple within the state. There shall be a fee of $25 for each such license, and the secretary of state shall maintain a record of all such special licenses issued. A copy of the marriage license of the couple proposed to be married shall be filed with the secretary of state who shall maintain a permanent record of all such marriage licenses and the name and residence of the judge or magistrate performing the ceremony.◀︎ Back to New Hampshire Marriage Laws ︎︎︎︎︎◀︎ Back to Marriage Laws Home
Source. 1998, 294:2. 2001, 11:2, eff. April 24, 2001.