Ohio Marriage Laws

3101.08 - Who may solemnize marriages


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Ohio Revised Code - Title XXXI: Domestic Relations ? Children - Chapter 3031: Marriage

Who may solemnize marriages


An ordained or licensed minister of any religious society or congregation within this state who is licensed to solemnize marriages, a judge of a county court in accordance with section 1907.18 of the Revised Code, a judge of a municipal court in accordance with section 1901.14 of the Revised Code, a probate judge in accordance with section 2101.27 of the Revised Code, the mayor of a municipal corporation in any county in which such municipal corporation wholly or partly lies, the superintendent of the state school for the deaf, or any religious society in conformity with the rules of its church, may join together as husband and wife any persons who are not prohibited by law from being joined in marriage.

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Effective Date: 04-11-1991


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3101.08

solemnization of marriage

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